Publication Date: July 30, 2019
One hundred years ago when I was young and impulsive (okay, it was five, alright? Five years ago…) I let my boyfriend take, let’s just say… compromising pictures of me.
(Shut up. It made sense at the time).
Surprise! The sleazy back-stabbing jerk posted them on a website and, well, you can guess what happened. That’s right.
I’m a meme. A really gross one.
You’ve seen the pictures. And if you haven’t – don’t ask. And don’t look!
As face recognition software online improves, I get tagged on social media whenever anyone shares my pictures. You try getting a thousand notifications a day, all of them pictures of your tatas.
So. I’m done.
It’s time for revenge. Let him see how it feels! But how do you get embarrassingly intimate pictures of your jerkface ex who double-crossed you five years ago?
Especially when he’s a member of the U.S.House of Representatives now?
Getting sweet between the sheets with a congressman is pretty much every political roadie’s dream, right? I’m one in a crowd.
Except to this day, he swears he didn’t do it. Pursued me for months after I dumped him five years ago. Begged me to take him back.
And I almost did it. Almost. I was weak and stupid and in love a hundred years ago.
Okay. Fine. Five.
But I still have the upper hand. Second chance romance has all the emotional feels, doesn’t it?
I can’t wait to punch him in the feels.
All I need to do is sleep with him once, take some hot-and-sweaty pics of him in… delicate positions, and bring him down. That’s it. Nothing more.
Pictures first. Revenge after. And then I win.
At least, that’s how it was supposed to happen. But then I did something worse than sexting.
I fell in love with him. Again.
“5 -Can I Trust You Again?- Stars”
Have you ever finished a book and felt like this?
Yep, that’s exactly how I felt when I finished this book.
This book was so smart, funny and entertaining.
I liked Perky in Fluffy, but I absolutely adored Perky’s (Persephone) character in this book.
Perky is an honest, smart, loyal, funny and dramatic character to read. If she were real, I would definitely want to be her friend.
Life would never be boring with her in your world.
Perky’s relationships and the dynamics with Mallory and Fiona were so entertaining to read that I didn’t want to finish this story, but I wanted to savour it as long as I could.
The three characters just complimented one another so well, and the fact that they’ve been best friends since primary school just makes their relationships even richer because of the history and memories they have with one another.
The bantering between the characters was just brilliant!
Then Parker appears at Mallory and Will’s rehearsal, rehearsal dinner and then all hell breaks loose.
I really enjoyed reading this story and look forward to reading Fiona’s book.