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Sunday, August 12

Review: Firsts by Rosalie Stanton

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Title: Firsts

By: Rosalie Stanton

Genre: Mild Erotic Romance

My Copy: Ebook Review Copy

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About the Book:

Savannah is looking at entering college as a virgin. After getting her heart shattered by one of the high school’s notorious playboys, she turns to her best friend, Thorn, and implores him to help her solve the tiny problem of her virginity.

What she doesn’t know is Thorn has been in love with her since the second he laid eyes on her, and asking him to touch what he can’t have is nothing less than torture. After succumbing to her advances, Thorn makes it his mission to convey everything he hasn’t been able to put into words into touch, hoping Savannah will feel in his hands and mouth what she has never seen in his eyes.

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“Sex changes everything,” this saying could not be more true for this book.  After Thorn agrees to Savannah’s request, things get complicated.  Just once kiss and touch from Thorn throws Savannah into a different way of feeling about her best guy friend. 

I found this book to have a certain sweetness to it that most books wouldn’t be able to pull off.  The deep connection that Thorn and Savannah have makes for a wonderful friendship and a fantastic sexual relationship.  Because of the trust and love between these two character, you will find that Savannah is more than willing to let Thorn please her, she can’t say no to him, and that Thorn’s only thought process is to make this the best of everything for Savannah. 

I liked that this book wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows.  Savannah and Thorn fight throughout the book and it made me feel like they were true best friends and a true couple that was coming into being.  They had problems over feelings that they had to overcome and fought about it.  They had exes that posed a problem and they fought about it.  But all those feelings worked themselves out when they were alone together.

~BookWhisperer Reviewer MC~

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