Happily ever after—what a joke! I tried that once and ended up divorced.
Now, I only want one thing from men.
Charlie Nelson is good at giving me that one thing. Really, really good.
So good, in fact, I discovered a new side of myself.
I never knew I liked to watch until I saw his talented hands touching someone else.
I never knew I liked to be watched until I felt his searing gaze on me.
Maybe happily ever after isn’t always a white picket fence, wedding bells, and 2.5 kids.
Maybe it’s something a bit more…unconventional.
*Warning: Contains dirty talk, piercings and hot threesomes.
Intended for readers over 18 years of age.
Chick and Brain Rating 4 out of 5
I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review
Although I have had a serious love for Isabel Love for a while now, this is the first time I had a chance to read one of her books. This was an amazing book to start with! Not only was it a hot and steamy read but it had amazing characters that you could not help to fall in love with.
Unconventional focuses on Charlie and Quinn. Both have been hurt deeply by members of the opposite sex in the past and have no intentions of it happening again. They have a “friends with benefits” type of relations and it works for them. No jealously, not strings, just good old fashion satisfaction when they have an itch. However, the lines eventually start to blur and things become more serious. Their relationship has never been normal so why should their happily ever after be, they just have to get over their insecurities in order to get there.
Love is amazing with words. She writes an amazing story full of love and characters that grab your soul. Charlie is a dominating male, but has an emotional past that he has spent years trying to deal with. Charlie also has a past that has shaped how she views her future. Love has a created the perfect pair to help heal their wounds, but also two characters that grab our hearts and our souls in the process. This entire series is written about a group of characters as they grow individually and together as friends.
This is an amazing story of about self redemption and how labels really aren’t needed. We are the ones who create our own labels or lack there of. I for one feel that labels are stifling. If you feel the same, this is the perfect book for you
Until next time,