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Thursday, October 13, 2016

Review: Sex Machine by Marie Force

He’s good for one thing and one thing only—and she wants it bad.

Honey Carmichael has never had a decent orgasm, and she’s out to change that with the one man in town known for his superior skill between the sheets.

Blake Dempsey is happy to help Honey with her “problem” as long as she knows he’s only interested in sex. His heart was broken when his high school girlfriend was killed in the car he was driving, and he has nothing to offer other than more orgasms than Honey can handle.

Which is just fine with her—until fantastic orgasms aren’t enough anymore for either of them and unexpected feelings turn hot sex into messy entanglement—and that most definitely wasn’t in the plans. 

But you know what they say about plans…

A sexy, dirty stand-alone romance intended for MATURE audiences. If you can’t take the heat in Blake’s bedroom, stay out or you might get burned. You’ve been warned! 

This was a fun and quick read. I enjoyed the characters, mostly Honey for her attitude and determination. I enjoyed the cast of secondary characters and wouldn't mind seeing a few of them have their own book, Lauren specifically. There are quite a few sex scenes in this book, as the title suggests, so this book isn't for anyone that doesn't like that sort of thing. Sex Machine is the perfect book to sit beside the pool with on a hot summer day. It's sexy and entertaining. Both characters have some issues and flaws; I like that they added to the story without being overdone. The writing was good but there wasn't much of a plot outside of the relationship between the two main characters. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but the story is mostly sex.

My only problem with sex Machine is that I feel the romance happened a bit too quickly for my liking. I did enjoy that these characters had been friends since childhood, but to go from friends to engaged in two months wasn't believable for me. I don't think that will stop others from enjoying the book, it's more of a personal preference.

Definitely give this one a go if you're looking for a steamy standalone.

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