“You should give me a schematic of your body with the erogenous zones circled and rated.” “Let me guess, you want them rated on a ten-point scale,” I deadpanned as I accepted his hand, stood, and stepped away to gain some distance and straighten my shirt. And if you haven’t read a Renny Reid novel yet, what are you waiting for? Just sayin’ 😉 (So excited I had the chance to meet Penny at a recent book signing and purchase an a signed paperback of Dating-ish! ” He tossed his legs over the side of the bed and stood, walking around to my side and offering me his hand. I was going to say a Likert scale, but a logarithmic scale works, too.” Chuckling, appreciative of his attempt to diffuse my embarrassment and awkwardness with the joke, I realized Matt Simmons wasn’t a bad guy. I don’t think I can say one critical thing about Dating-ish. It is just that good, and ALL contemporary romance readers need this book in their library. I have a feeling The Cuddle Sutra will see a spike in sales after readers finish Dating-ish.
In this case, the friendship of ME and the hilarious Bolder Brothers resulted in this satire of a dating website commercial…
which was actually submitted to the dating website in a competition. (Featuring me & Alexis Turrentine – I also got a MUA credit, watch it and see why).
With the help of her friends, she quickly identifies a few possibilities: Need a cuddle?
Why does she need the hassle of a romantic partner when she can meet all her needs with paid services? His palm took a detour every so often, dutifully skipping my hip and sliding along my side, and then back to my leg. I felt fingers in my hair, moving the mass away from my neck with treasuring strokes just before Matt nuzzled the back of my neck, causing goosebumps to scatter over my skin.
When she’s not immersed in penning smart romances, Penny works in the biotech industry as a researcher.
This is a great one to start with because it kicks ass and it is a stand-alone. ) a Rafflecopter giveaway Penny Reid is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the Winston Brothers and Knitting in the City series.
I went in not even knowing who the hero was and it totally enhanced the reading experience for me.
There’s a reason Penny Reid has made a name for herself in a community that is oversaturated with thousands of authors and books.
Anyways my first draft of this review looked like this: I LOVED IT. To be completely honest, I get really friggin excited when she says things like this, because those are the books by her that I love the most. You know, the guys whose interests extend beyond playing Halo on their Xbox, and who actually make eye contact, and aren’t constantly scanning the room for a better option.” It’s hard to say this fellow Reiders, but Dating-ish may have become my favorite book in the Knitting in the City series.
On Facebook Penny had mentioned she didn’t know how readers would respond to this novel, citing it as really weird.
I believe Penny Reid just gave birth to the perfect nerdy romance.