Hit The Spot
Loved Jaime and Tori’s banter. From the first time we met these two in Four Letter Word you knew that the love/hate banter was going to explode at some point. And it was spectacular to watch them both battle it out.
Jaime was a complete man whore who could get any chick he wanted. Imagine his surprise with Tori turned him down. The challenge in getting her quickly turned into an infatuation, while Tori pretended to hate his guts and mess up his food every time he came in. It was like the adult version of hitting a girl on the playground when you like her and it was hilarious. But Jaime knew the real truth even if Tori wouldn’t admit it to herself. She liked him as much as she fought it. It was really fun to see her fight her feelings, fight the attraction and fight Jaime.
They made a bet and each one kept upping the ante until the other folded and they gave in to the immense attraction they had. I will be honest though Jaime bugged me quite a bit at times. He was overbearing, bossy, and generally an asshole quite often. He never really redeemed himself other than not being a man whore anymore. I will admit though he did do sweet things every once in a while and try in his way to protect Tori.
I really wanted to love Tori, but she played the doormat too many times for me to fully embrace her. I frequently got distracted by Jamie’s style of speaking and it was frustrating to read his POV at times, but over all I get that he loved Tori and cared a great deal for this girl even though it seemed like at times he didn’t really deserve her.
The smoking sexy times, the banter and the strong writing make this a book to check out. I recommend it for people who love the man whore turned good, a dash of love/hate relationships, and a whole lot of witty banter.
A review copy was provided by Netgalley for an honest review.