REVIEW – IT’S COMPLICATED by Missy Johnson

SYNOPSIS

They call him the Anaconda, and I’m pretty sure it isn’t because he likes snakes.

Nick Jenson is my neighbor. My hot, oh-so-sexy, very-well-equipped neighbor that I’d spend hours watching from the safety of my bedroom window.

I saw lots of things I probably shouldn’t have. Sometimes I’d touch myself, imagining it were his hands roaming over my body instead of my own. I had just one mission—to find out if the rumors were true.

Then one day, he caught me watching him.

I was mortified. I was prepared to quit college, move to another country, and live the rest of my life saying, “Nick who?” But, apparently, life had other ideas.

Because Nick? Well, he isn’t just my neighbor … He’s also my father’s best friend. If I thought things were difficult before, they were about to get a whole lot more complicated.

Oh, and those rumors? Holy fuck, were they true …

 

*****Patty’s Review*****

*****FOUR STARS*****
{ARC Generously Provided by Author}

 

 

IT’S COMPLICATED is a super fun and steamy tale of forbidden romance between a young woman and her father’s best friend. There’s very little angst and definitely a case of insta-love between the main characters but still, I enjoyed this guilty pleasure of a read.

From the beginning of the story, I knew that it was going to deliver on the steam but that the plot would be a little silly and predictable and even so, I honestly can’t lie—I thoroughly enjoyed the book and breezed through it pretty quickly. We learn that Anna’s next door neighbor Nick, who also happens to be her father’s best friend, has a penis the size of an anaconda according to the town gossip. Nick’s wife died a few years ago and he’s just recently been dating again. Anna overhears a conversation about Nick’s well-endowed penis while at her University’s library and that night she gets an eyeful of it when she turns into a peeping pervert, watching him undress from her bedroom window. Anna had always thought of Nick as an attractive man but until that night she had never had any dirty fantasies about him. She ends up getting caught peeping later that same week and Nick is a little shocked and horrified to find out that he’s turned on by his beautiful twenty-two-year-old neighbor who used to babysit his kids when she was seventeen.

 

 

Nick and Anna start to play sexy games with each other by performing stripteases in front of their bedroom windows knowing that they each are getting a good look at each other’s naughty bits. When Anna’s dad asks her to go and help Nick out with his kids so that he can get some alone time, he had no idea that he would be pushing the two in each other’s arms. Things heat up pretty quickly between Nick and Anna and there are many times where the hot sex has nearly fried their brains because they take some crazy risks to be together knowing that Anna’s father will burst a blood vessel in his brain if he were to find out what’s been going on between them.

It’s inevitable that their secret is going to get out because they can’t seem to keep their libidos in check and when Anna and Nick realize that what they feel for each other is more than just physical desire it will only be a matter of time before they have to face the repercussions of their actions. Will their loved ones wind up being accepting of their relationship?

Here are my overall ratings on the book:

Hero: 4
Heroine: 4
Plot: 3.5
Angst: 3
Steam: 5
Chemistry Between Hero & Heroine: 4.5

”IT’S COMPLICATED” is currently available. If you like forbidden romances with the father’s best friend and enjoy guilty pleasure reads, then you may want to give this one a try.

US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077BBLF3Y
AU: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B077BBLF3Y
UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B077BBLF3Y

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