Tuesday, July 8, 2014

BLOG TOUR & GIVEAWAY - Finger Bang by Jade C. Jamison

Title: Finger Bang
Author: Jade C. Jamison
Release Date: 27 June 2014
Series or Standalone: Standalone
Genre: New Adult Erotic Romance
Rating: ♥♥♥♥

Orgasmic Meditation? Therapeutic?! Kaylee Baker is horrified when her girlfriends suggest a trip to artsy Boulder, Colorado, to check out the latest craze. What her friends don’t know about Kaylee is that she is a little repressed, bordering on frigid, and the idea of a complete stranger bringing her to orgasm--therapeutic or not--is horrifying.

Blaze Donahue has admired Kaylee from afar for quite some time, and part of the reason he’s kept his distance is because he’s had no indication that she might even be interested. But when he’s given the opportunity to offer her his own version of OM with no strings attached, he makes an offer she has a hard time refusing.

When there are undeniable sparks between the two, Kaylee runs, afraid of the overwhelming feelings she has for this gorgeous, sensitive guy. Blaze feels compelled to convince her otherwise but wonders if he’ll be able to crack through the ice surrounding this sweet girl. Can they find true love or will it just be a one-time O?

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My thoughts:
Don’t be fooled by the title to this book, it’s not the sexy, smutty read you’re expecting. Instead, this turned out to be a cute story about Kaylee and Blaze, two college students who are attracted to each other, but neither one was throwing off signals of interest.

Kaylee was raised in a very conservative, strict Christian home where premarital sex is pretty much frowned upon (although her mother did tell her once “it’s okay to test drive if you really love the car”). While she’s had a couple of boyfriends, Kaylee isn’t very sexually experienced. When her roommates talk about going on some “Orgasmic Meditation” clinic, Blaze comes (no pun intended) to her rescue to keep her friends from further harassing Kaylee. One not so innocent question from Blaze is the catalyst to a  potential relationship between him and Kaylee.

I like both Kaylee and Blaze individually and as a couple, and for the most part I liked the roommates Maddy and Shannon. I was not impressed with Rachel though, she seemed hell-bent on getting Kaylee to loosen up, instead of just respecting Kaylee and her upbringing. But at least Rachel was finally put in her place and learned to accept Kaylee for who she is. There is a little bit of drama and angst in the story, but for the most part this is just a straight-forward story about a young woman finally getting the chance to learn and enjoy the sexual  benefits in a relationship. This is a book I would recommend to someone who’s looking a good story that’s not mired down with over-the-top drama.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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