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Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Book Review: Innuendos (It Had 2 B U Book 1) by V. Kelly

About the Author

V. Kelly grew up in Reno, Nevada.

She now lives in Oklahoma where her family takes up most of her time. Not to mention a full time job, she writes in her spare time to break of the insanity of it all.
V. has always had the writing bug, but it wasn't until July 2, 2015, that her dream of becoming a published author finally came true. Writer of Contemporary romance, Erotic romantic comedies and everything in between, V's main focus is making people laugh.

If you love to laugh, smile, and have a good time while reading a book.
Then V. Kelly is for you!

Check out more from V. Kelly at her author page

Innuendos (It Had 2 B U Book 1)

She wants him to squeeze her melons . . .

He wants her to hold his wood . . .

Max is the sole reason Breezy can’t keep a boyfriend. Every boyfriend she has ever had breaks up with her the moment they meet him. It’s not because of his eight-pack, or his panty-shredding smile. No, the reason Breezy remains single is because Max is her best friend and roommate.

When Breezy’s new boyfriend dumps her after meeting Max for the first time, Breezy is determined to cure her boyfriend woes by challenging Max to a bet: she can’t click her mouse, he can’t wrestle his snake, and neither one can say the word sex or they lose.
It was a simple game of abstinence, until Max decides to tempt Breezy into a hilarious game of innuendos. Now, the only thing harder than Max’s “wood”, is figuring out just where their friendship lies after all bets are off.
Pick up your copy of Innuendos today on Amazon

                                Review: Rated 5 out of 5 *****

Where to begin with this one? This book had me going from the first chapter. I loved it. The chemistry between Max and Breezy was great and provided some of the best dialogue ever. It definitely reminded me of an old group of friends I hung out with and the humor we shared. It was perfect, it was something I could relate to, and it was hysterical. I couldn't put the book down. And the sex scenes were a bit steamy too and felt like that was just the added bonus to an otherwise amazing book.

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