Blue Balls (Standalone)
by RC Boldt (Author)
This review is from: August 5, 2017 By Kay Daniels (Kindle Edition-Goodreads)
Sarah doesn’t do relationships. She doesn’t do commitment. What she does do is serial dating with the chance of some great sex. Jack is her best friends-fiance’s-best man for their upcoming wedding. She’s been asked to be the maid of honor. Wasn’t there a perk to being in a wedding and scoring some wedding sex? Sarah sure hoped so because Jack was some serious eye porn. There was just one little problem when it came to actually following through…there wasn’t any.
Jack is a workaholic with a body to die for. Sarah can’t keep her eyes off of him and when the timing is finally right, their timing is always off. Jack is persistent if nothing else. Sarah has gotten under his skin, if not in his boxers, but he’s hoping to remedy that when he gets the chance. The chemistry between them is off the charts and he’s not willing to give up just because fate seems to step in the way every time things heat up. He likes Sarah, maybe even more than likes Sarah, but let’s not get to hasty that might just be his blue balls talking.
The blue ribbon winner goes to Blue Balls for having the most creative “stop-lock-and blue ball” in a bedroom scene that I’ve ever read in one book. I should really go back and count, but RC Boldt is a master blue baller.
This book contained it all; laughs, love, lots of….almost hot, hot, hot sex, and especially my favorite ingredient-great secondary characters. Unfortunately I haven’t had the pleasure of reading Clam Jam by RC Boldt, and you don’t need to to jump right into Blue Balls, but as I understood the unfolding plot, Maggie and Ry met and fell in love in that book and Jack and Sarah are their best friends. I wanted to read Clam Jam before I read Blue Balls, but I’m moving it up in my TBR pile and I think you will too especially if you love romantic comedies.