Karl Sparks knows everything about love except how to fall in it.
He also doesn’t know who his mother is, doesn’t know who his father is, doesn’t know why he has an obsession to define love, and doesn’t know why he can’t get an erection–nope, never had one.
What he does know it that his touch–however slight or incidental–rockets any woman into the most intense and dizzying orgasm or her life, whenever and wherever it launches (a Midas-touch curse he would do anything to be rid of).
Happens 100% of the time–that is until he literally bumps into Aurora (Rory) Sky, who does know who her mother is (she thinks). Karl’s touch has no effect on her, and to her surprise, the unnatural ability she’s always owned of infallibly controlling men through her verbal commands fails to faze Karl.
Her presence does give Karl his first erection.
She, unable to trust any of the men she mystically dominates, and he who can’t touch women–shouldn’t these two misfits who only fit each other find romance? Fall in love? Get intimate? Become lovers?
They discover secrets about themselves and each other in a series of laughably lusty adventures to find the three pieces of The God Prism, a mythic relic capable of lifting their cursed abilities.
The unwitting lovers’ passion deepens until it’s ultimately tested by a selfless choice of sacrifice and devotion.
This book comes with a warning for mature and fun loving adults over the age of 18. I didn’t know what to expect when being asked to read and review this book. I knew it would a romantic comedy with naughtiness if you get what I am saying but it was a book that made me blush quite a few times, it is a very erotic read which I don’t normally go for I just liked that it was a romantic comedy. It is a pretty funny story line involving Karl, when he touches women they orgasm, he goes on a pretty intense but really funny journey. I think some people would be put off by the amount of erotic content, put that aside the story was funny and silly that is what made me read on.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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