My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Unconventional is a book you don't want to miss this summer: light, sweet, torrid, a must- read for the romance lovers.
Quinn and Charlie have a non-relationship agreement, they share steamy nights, no string attached. Quinn, the painter, confident in her body and desires, Charlie, the photographer, easygoing and dirty talker decide to explore and fullfil their new fantasies. I loved those scenes, the author mastered the art of balancing their kinkiness, their respect and most importantly their fun. It felt really refreshing. This book is the proof, if you ever needed one ;), that fun doesn't mean less intensity!
Their chemistry is indeniable, their love inevitable; Everyone seems to notice how perfect they are for each other....everyone except for them.
Isabel Love is a new author to me, her endearing characters, confident and vulnerable, the playful tone of this story and the author's vivid imagination and creativity totally conquered me.
*ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you !*
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Author: Isabel Love
Genre: Erotic Romance
Release Date: July 20, 2017
Happily ever after—what a joke! I tried that once and ended up divorced.
Now, I only want one thing from men.
Charlie Nelson is good at giving me that one thing. Really, really good.
So good, in fact, I discovered a new side of myself.
I never knew I liked to watch until I saw his talented hands touching someone else.
I never knew I liked to be watched until I felt his searing gaze on me.
Maybe happily ever after isn’t always a white picket fence, wedding bells, and 2.5 kids.
Maybe it’s something a bit more…unconventional.
*Warning: Contains dirty talk, piercings and hot threesomes.
Intended for readers over 18 years of age.
What an odd date this is—he’s taking me out to watch another man give me orgasms.
A giggle erupts from my throat at the thought.
“What’s so funny?” He grins over at me as he starts up the car and pulls out into the street.
“Just…this. I can’t believe I’m doing this. I never thought I was this kind of woman.”
He narrows his eyes at me. “What kind of woman?”
“The…you know…threesome kind, or whatever this is.” I wave my hand in front of me.
“The kind of woman that likes to explore her sexuality? The kind of woman that likes to try new things? The kind of woman that doesn’t let society dictate the way she leads her life?”
Hmm. I don’t mind being that kind of woman. I feel his stare at the stoplight.
My mirth dies and my smile fades at his serious tone. I meet his blue eyes and raise my eyebrows in question.
“You listen to me: I think you’re fucking amazing—strong, beautiful, talented, sexy as fuck. If doing this is going to change your opinion of yourself, let’s not.”
My chest squeezes at his sincerity and I feel so much better about tonight. I mean, I am excited, but I must admit I was afraid of the judgement factor, of what he’ll think of me after tonight. Now he’s worried about what I’ll think of myself, and that alone makes me square my shoulders, raise my chin, and reassure him.
“I want this, Charlie, really want it. I promise I won’t regret it later.”
He leans forward, smiling, and places a soft kiss on my lips. “That’s more like it.”