Plot overview: Grace is fresh from a breakup and lamenting her lack of good sex. She enlists the help of her brother’s best friend to help her check items off her sexual bucket list. EXTREMELY sexy times ensue, as do plenty of emotional, mushy feels. It’s a brother’s-best-friend, opposites attract, friends-to-lovers romance.
Luke. Oh, Luke. Let me count the ways in which I adore him:
Grace was a good heroine, too. I don’t want to make it seem like she wasn’t. She was smart, and talented, and not afraid to go after what she wanted in life and in the bedroom, and I loved that about her. But when she’s standing next to Luke who practically glows with awesomeness, it’s harder to notice her. Sorry, Grace.
So, long-story-short, you need to read this one. Luke is the ultimate book boyfriend, and if you’re looking for a super sexy, super sweet read, you won’t find many that are better than Southern Player. Happy reading!
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
No rehab needed. This one is stigma-free