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288 pages, Kindle Edition
First published June 13, 2017
"Note to self, see if Livia is willing to play Sexy Librarian after we play Find the Nightstick."
TW: This entire book is about pregnancy.
What the f*ck did I just read 😂
Listen, this was so freaking weird lmao
Do not pick up this book in the hopes that you will read something that can be taken seriously. That is the only reason this got 3 stars from me, because this is a COMEDY ROMANCE book, with a lot of spice and half of it being cringe.
This womanizer cop meets a very attractive woman who is swearing off men. However, she is about to turn 30 and she wants something real bad:
She wants a baby. This HOT COP, who GETS CALLED HOT COP TO HIS FACE AND everyone else in this book refers to him as the hot cop, steps up to the challenge.
He will help her, just so he can sleep with her, they will hook up until she is impregnated and then, per her request, he will have NOTHING do to with the child and with her after she gets knocked up.
She want's to do this alone, because men can't be trusted. Honestly, the only relatable part of this book.
This entire book is filled with br&&ding k!nk talk, pregnancy talk, ovulation talk, vaginal mucus talk...and yet...lol
It just felt like I was watching a silly Adam Sandler movie at the end of the day to get my mind off things. It was funny, ridiculous, cringy but they did add some very sweet/emotional moments when it came to his career, to their wishes to build a family and the lesson was: you will never be happy if you guard yourself from people and if you don't allow yourself to be vulnerable.
Was it repetitive? Yes. I was almost pulling my hair out near the end with the: NO, I CAN'T LOVE HIM! dialogue.
Cringy? Yes... I have read worse though. This fulfilled it's purpose. It was supposed to be a silly cop romance book and it delivered.
Pick this up when you wanna have some laughs and not take a book seriously for once.
“You have the right to remain sexy,” he says. “Anything you say can and will be used to get you in my bed.”
Tab Chase goes into Slot Livia; lather, rinse, repeat until baby.
Attached. It’s one of those words that I associate with bad things—pleading texts and late night phone calls and possessiveness. A toxic word. And yet, I find I don’t mind the idea of Liv getting attached at all. In fact, the idea of her being possessive of me is rather pleasing. Especially because I’m starting to feel rather possessive of her.