This is a release from Evernight’s Romance On The Go line. These are short reads that are long on romance! This five star story is about a woman named Robin who reads romance books. She doesn’t quite believe in the fairy tale endings thanks to seeing how her parent’s marriage went up in smoke. Robin has a chance to go meet a favorite author. So she rides her bike on a snowy, nasty, night to go meet Luke Delaney. Luke is a hot, hunky author. She first attends the Q&A session and overhears him deny writing a romance book next. Then, since she doesn’t have a book for him to sign, she offers to let him sign her breast.
Riding her bike home in mortification and remembering all of this, her bike drifts into oncoming traffic. A car honks its horn and distracts her to the point where she crashes. Then Luke is standing over her. He takes her to his house where he admits...He really IS writing a romance. After a day of reflection and a replacement bike, Robin offers to help Luke write his romance by acting out the sex scenes that he’s having such a difficult time with...clothes on of course. You know what they say about best intentions though. While things go great between them, there is one last sex scene. Is there such a thing as going too far?
Despite how short this book was, it was totally enjoyable. My favorite part was when they were acting out the sex scenes. Most people would refer to that as role play!
Robin lives alone on a diet of romance novels. She wishes men could be like the heroes in her books. But her warring parents have taught her that real life is 50 shades of messed up.
She goes to a book launch held for the famous author Luke Delaney, who is as dreamy as any fictional hero. On the way back from the launch, Luke causes her to fall off of her bike. He's mortified and wants to make it up to her. They go on a thinly veiled date where he confesses that he's writing a romance novel and is struggling with the sex scenes.
Robin offers to act out the scenes with him, so that he can describe them better. Against her better judgment, she finds herself falling deeper for him.
He reveals the final sex scene? a threesome with two women. Now Robin is forced to make a choice. Should she walk away and lose Luke forever? Or have the threesome and risk getting emotionally hurt? Exactly how far is she willing to go for a book?