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Review: Project Virgin by Megan Crane

Title: Project Virgin, A Bad Boy Short StoryProject V

Author: Megan Crane

Publisher: Tule publications

Size: 96 pages

Release Date: December 16th, 2015

Rating:4/5

Want a hot, humorous novella? Look no further, just get this book!

Scottie Grey is in her first year working at a prestigious law firm. She’s just broken up with her cheating fiancé who wanted her to be a virgin on their wedding night but was certainly getting in lots of practice for the occasion with just about anyone he could! Now she’s determined to wait no longer and her sort of boss, Damon Patrick, reads some texts that reveal her desire to lose her virginity asap . . . . and offers his assistance. Now he also happens to be handsome, hot and have a reputation for his sexual exploits. Is he the best or worst candidate to help her?

I was wary of reading this, as I don’t like pure erotica and I’m happy to say this is much more. It was a fun read with some hilarious moments and, although losing her virginity was the whole point of them getting together, the author skilfully gave it all greater meaning with her emotive descriptions (much better to read than step by step instructions!) and the brilliant ending – you’ll have to read it to find out just what I mean!

So, if you like your romances to have funny, laugh out loud, gasp in disbelief moments as well as plenty of action, you may well enjoy this delectable novella.

Thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley, too, for letting me read an ARC of this book in exchange for this, an honest review.

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