Author: Lexxie Couper
Buy Link: Buy Suck and Blow Here!
Rating: You Need To Read
Reviewed By: Donna
Let the games begin…
Party Games, Book 1
Talent agent Frankie Winchester is a hellion. Her motto is all a girl needs is a fun time, a fast car and an awesome masseur on speed dial. There’s only one person who could beat her at anything. Alec. Bane of her high-school existence, a kid whose parents were as working class and loving as hers were rich and distant.
When celebrity landscape architect Alec Harris spots Frankie at an exclusive Sydney house party, everything comes rushing back. The memory of being the “cheap-money” kid, trying and failing to prove himself—and impress his dream girl, Frankie Winchester.
Unexpectedly partnered in a wildly sexy game, the delicious friction ignites a scorching sexual tension. But there’s more than a playing card trapped between them. Frankie refuses to admit that kiss shook her to the core. Alec wants nothing less than her full surrender.
C’mon, the book’s called Suck and Blow. What more warning do you need?
It must be nice to be carefree and completely honest with oneself. Francesca is this way…at least she is now. If she had always been honest with herself, she may have been able to spend the last ten years with Alec instead of losing those years to stubbornness and pride. And now that she is in Alec’s arms, finally, she realizes that she is not as perfect as she always thought, and maybe she doesn’t even deserve him.
Alec fell in love with someone way out of his league. She is smart, beautiful, rich, famous, and…did he mention out of his league? Now that he has stumbled across her path again after ten years, he is determined to stop being a coward and get her into his arms at last.
Lexxie Couper’s Suck and Blow is well written, funny, bittersweet and erotic. Her characters are sexy and strong and the plot is interesting. (Who would have thought about adults playing high school party games like horny teens?) The sex scenes are explicit and very arousing…and plentiful. Overall, it is a highly entertaining read and I can’t wait for Mac’s story!