Skye gets home to tell her best friend and roommate, Bridget, that she got a new job. Granted it’s as the new sex columnist, and granted, she’s a virgin and has been lying about it for years, but it’s still a job. Intent on confessing, she bares her soul only to find out it was her best friend’s brother, Ollie, rummaging through the fridge. What’s she supposed to do now that he’s moving in, knows her secret, and has been the love of her life for as long as she can remember?
This book is hilarious. I can’t remember the last time I laughed out loud, literally, at a book I was reading, but Kay Marie managed to get me to do that, multiple times. Skye has a unique way of looking at the world and her thoughts throughout the book are neurotic and refreshing. Living with Ollie while dating for her column, lead her to some funny situations. Skye and Ollie are super cute together as well. They make sense as a pair and both are too in their own head to get out of their own way. The book does end with a little bit of a cliffhanger to get you on to the second, and final book of the series, but I think this could easily be a stand alone if you just make assumptions based on how all other romance novels play out. You could, but the book is so funny, you’ll want to catch the next installment.
It was a good read. Refreshing but familiar. A fun spin on a typical storyline.