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A Hacked-Up Holiday Massacre
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Unintentional Virgin

Unintentional Virgin - A.J. Bennett Indie Inked via NetGalley provided me with a copy of this book for my honest review.

I was going to DNF this book very early in, however; I was getting so much enjoyment out of my updates and finding gifs for them that I decided to stick it out and finish it. The heroine, Karma, decides to lose her virginity by going to a club and having a one night stand, she meets Jax and things spiral from there. Her childish attitude and antics were a little bit endearing at first, but after awhile they just became irritating. She was a twenty year old woman who acted more like a thirteen year old girl; she blamed her mother for things that were not her fault. Jax was a fireman/bouncer and the way he was described makes him sound like a hot alpha male who respects women; I liked that, but I felt that his overly emotional inner thoughts emasculated him. I loved the idea of them spending three weeks together doing stuff on her "bucket list" but when it came to that it wasn't real, Karma just copy and pasted from other people's bucket lists, she didn't even read what she put on there. They have a three weeks "cap" on the relationship, after they finally have sex, and Jax tells Karma he wants to be with her long; she breaks up with him. They eventually get back together after she has spent three weeks away from him, but at that point I just wanted it to be over, so I didn't care if they ended up together or not. In theory, this book sounds great the execution of it not so much.