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Posted October 22, 2012
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This book has the nerd and popular girl theme of Can't Buy Me Love meets detailed sex scenes of American Pie. The story is about a college boy Ron who is nerdy and shamefully still a virgin. He is quiet and an over-achiever. He has friends but because of his shyness he doesn't really talk to the opposite sex, much less go on dates with them. He decides that he is through with being unadventurous and sets his sights on Adriana. Of course, like all these stories go, Adriana is a popular girl and would not under any normal circumstances choose to date a nerd, much less have sex with them. Ron decides in no uncertain terms that Adriana will be his first and he sets out to make that happen. Under the guise of secret admirer he leaves her notes, messages at football games, in her classes and she finally succumbs to the romance of it all and decides to meet with her admirer. As soon as she said, “okay” to a date she found herself feeling stupid for not figuring it out before the date. But once on the date Adriana and Ron have a fun time together. This fun time together leads to Ron's ultimate desire...to no longer be a virgin. The scenes are hot and steamy and don't want to be missed. Overall, I found this book fun and amusing, but it was the storyline that I have seen in movies time and again, which is why I gave it a three star rating.
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Posted April 10, 2013
Talk about steamy. I really enjoyed this book. The title said it all and I was not disappointed when I finally got to sit and take some time to read through. I have read Sandra Ross books before and I expected a nice but simple romance with this one. I was wrong.
If you decide to get the book, be prepared to be drawn into a sexual rollercoaster. Her Mouth Really Likes Me: A College Virgin's First Sex Adventure! by Sandra Ross takes you into the world of a college student. And, if you’ve ever been to college you know how that goes. All the emotions of a college student were used to create a very nice story.
The only thing that I think could be improved is to make the plot a bit longer. However, if you are not into long reads, then this is a good book for you to get. It was perfect for me as I was travelling recently and it was easy to read through and enjoy, easily taking my mind off the trip I had ahead of me.
This is a good book if you like steamy romances between young people. It definitely was hot.
Posted February 15, 2013
The story stars with an accomplished student names Ron. He’s very intelligent but lacks the social skills needed to talk to the opposite sex. He dreams about making out with the popular girl named Adriana. Since he knows he wouldn’t stand a chance if she found out he was a nerd, he wooed her as her secret admirer instead. Once she did agree to a date, everything went from tame to sexy and then to wild. Who knew a nerd could be so hot in the sheets? His ignorance and eagerness is very much how most virgins feel like. The story is well written and the emotions are brought out clear and open. You can feel Ron’s excitement laced with worry and you can almost imagine Adriana’s knowing smile.
The story is a bit predictable but personally, I like these kinds of story. You won’t expect new characters from popping out or Ron shifting to a werewolf here. I would say that this book is similar to the TV show Beauty and the geek only kinkier. They both get their share of fun out of the relationship so there’s no harm done. I like how they both reacted in the story. The writer brings you to the moment itself.
Sandra Ross’ work is the only book I read when I want to unwind. It also helps me release a lot of sexual tension after work. If you want a good time read, this might just do it for you. It’s a light read with predictable plots but overall still stimulating to the sense.
Posted January 17, 2013
Half and Half!
Here I go again. 'Her Mouth Really Likes Me' was humorous and completely unrealistic. I cannot imagine that in the real world any girl
would find herself falling for the stalker like charm of Ron. I would quicker get a restraining order and a couple of days behind bars than
find him arousing in the slightest. His methods while well intentioned seemed more criminal than erotic to me and the comedy
exasperated it. But this is fiction and that's where all the crazy, irrational and hardly likely thoughts get their voice.
The story takes place in college where sexual tension and lust is at an all high. College is filled with hormone crazed flesh buzzing about
like flies looking for place to unburden. Ron is your typical nerd (naturally a virgin) harboring racy thoughts about a girl who happens to be
one of the most popular girls in school. He decides that she will be his first. Already the ceiling is set to an almost unattainable level. So
this is where the book reels you in, because you want to know how in the world he will manage to bed her. They are opposites and exist
in a crucial and superficial environment. This is all about lust and nothing to do with love which can only come later in life when
experience molds you. You read on and the more you do you realize how unlikely his antics would work in the real world. This is the funny
part and it lightens the book to the point where when you get to the erotic part you read with raised eyebrows rather than peaking arousal.
The book was well written and I got a clear idea of who Ron and Adriana were. But my feelings about this installment were truly mixed.
I did not know whether to like it or hate it completely. I remain on the fence about this one. It's a good read, well developed plot. My
concern with this book though was its irrelevance. Ron took an old fashioned approach to make Adrianna fall for him. I would have
preferred a more inventive approach. Here is where Susan had the opportunity to empower the nerd in a way that we haven't seen before
and she missed it completely. She could have easily took Ron out of the stereotypical character and made him a more confident and
compelling protagonist, It just seemed like when I was familiarizing myself with his character that he was too much of a 'wimp' with made
Adriana's response to his charm insincere.
I can see why a lot of people would read this book (nerds in particular) because of the idea that through a concerted effort a nerd can
actually snag the object of his affection. Overall the book lacked the 'pow' effect that some of her other books deliver well.
Posted January 14, 2013
I found this book to be funny and very amusing. I really liked the fact that it had that little nerd and popular theme to it. I want to talk about the book, but not go into full detail about it just yet since many have not read it, but all in all it is a book that you may like as well. This story started off good and it ended good, so I would tell you to read it and see for yourself.
The story line is great and there are some amusing things in this book that you would love as well. This book has that type of revenge of the nerds type theme to it and that was what drew me in, because I actually loved that movie. The author did a great job with this book and she made sure to keep my attention the whole time.
This book has everything that you would want to read and a lot more. I would not pass up a good read like this if you are looking for something. I love the fact that Sandra Ross can make great books and keep you at the edge of your seat reading ot see what happens next. This is a good book for anyone that loved the the whole popular female and nerd type action.
I found this book in good taste and I have recommended it other as well. I think that you would love the book and share it with all of your friends as well. This author knows how to keep you reading and that is why I would read this book over again and many more books to come.