The List by Tawna Fenske

The ListThe List, 1Tawna FenskeContemporary RomanceEntangled Publishing, LLCJanuary 30, 2017eBook178

It all starts with a list.

A sex list.

Cassie Michaels comes up with a list of naughty experiences to impress her sisters and finally convince them—and herself—she’s not just a boring soil scientist. Unfortunately, it also makes Cassie a liar if she doesn’t tick off at least some of the kinky exploits before her sister’s bachelorette party. Luckily, she’s found just the man to help her, starting with number four—sex with an anonymous stranger.

As the owner of a chain of computer shops, Simon Traxel doesn’t deal with mundane repairs, but when a brunette with killer green eyes and a list of sexploits frozen across her computer screen shows up at one of his shops, he’s ready to get a little hands on.

Simon’s more than willing to have some fun helping Cassie turn her made-up adventures into reality. Between steamy public romps that go hilariously awry, and sexy antics with kitchen utensils, getting through a to-do list has never been this much fun. But nearing the last few items means nearing the end of their time together, and Simon isn’t ready to let her go…

I don’t think I’ve read a book that has just made me smile without also making me frown about other issues (plot, characters, etc). I really had no complaints about this book. Well, maybe one. The plot was a bit generic, but the characters were so enjoyable, I don’t really care.

Loved Cassie: she’s awkward, smart, but has an adventurous spirit. She’s considerate, goofy, and is such a sweetheart.

Simon is sexy as hell, he’s smart, and is a great lover and brother. He makes one big mistake in the novel, but it’s understandable, and I don’t think less of him for it.

Their interactions are sweet as well as sexy and there’s one ​”Simon says” joke had me laughing as I read. There’s no bad manipulation on either end (which is surprisingly hard to come by lately, at least in the books I’ve been reading). I love them together as a couple, and I love their romance (ups and downs, and all).

The List ​was a fun light read that kept me turning the pages to see how Cassie and Simon would tick off the items of The “Fucket” List.

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