The Hook-Up Experiment

The Hook-Up Experiment

by Emma Hart

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Overview

The Hook-Up Experiment by Emma Hart

1.Hate-screw my high school nemesis.
2.Remember to hate him.
3.Prove my brother wrong.
It should be easy.
It isn’t.

As the owner of Pick-A-D*ck, New Orleans’ premier hook-up website, my job is simple. Connect two people for a no-strings, no-expectations hook-up. The plus for my clients is that I’m the one who gets to sift through the d*ck pics—except this time, they're required.
My problem? My brother, co-owner of Pick-A-D*ck’s sister dating site, doesn’t believe it’s possible to hook up with someone three times and not fall in love.
I disagree. I know it’s possible.
And my disagreement is exactly how I end up reconnected with my high school nemesis, Elliott Sloane. The guy who asked me to junior prom and then stood me up. Who egged my car when I rejected him, and convinced my senior homecoming date to ghost me.
It should be easy to hate-screw him. If only he was still that person, instead of a hot-as-hell single dad, working as a builder to make ends’ meet, fighting for custody of his daughter.

Three hook-ups.
One outcome.
Right?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154613894
Publisher: Emma Hart
Publication date: 03/13/2018
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 20,289
File size: 2 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Emma Hart is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over twenty novels and has been translated into several different languages. She first put fingers to keys at the age of eighteen after her husband told her she read too much and should write her own. Four years later, she's still figuring out what he meant when he said she 'read too much.' She prides herself on writing smart smut that's filled with dry wit, snappy, sarcastic comebacks, but lots of heart... And sex. Sometimes, she kills people. (Disclaimer: In books. But if you bug her, she'll use your name for the victims.) You can find her online at www.emmahart.org, www.facebook.com/emmahartbooks, or join her reader group at http://bit.ly/EmmaHartsHartbreakers.

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The Hook-Up Experiment (The Experiment, #1) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Tracy_Reads_Kissy_Books More than 1 year ago
Another hilarious, witty, and endearing romantic comedy from Emma Hart. As a long time reader, I love this fiery romcom streak Ms. Hart is on. After making a bet with her brother, Peyton sees Elliott, a man from her past. She’s determined to have a fling and be done with him. I loved Peyton, her character was fun and flirty, she felt like a friend. Elliott had me at first sight. The two of them were explosive together. Elliott is such a good man- in and out of the bedroom. Overall, The Hook Up Experiment is a must read from Emma Hart. The characters are real and relatable, there is tension and light moments. It’s evenly paced and a book you get enthralled with. I couldn’t help but smile while I followed along. The writing is fabulous, and a must read for the rom-com reader!
BookwormBetweentheSheets More than 1 year ago
Emma Hart has won me over with this Enemies to Lovers New Orleans based romance! I love a good steamy hate to love worthy romance and this is one of the best! I read this book within in a day it had me laughing so much and highlight so many AMAZING quotes throughout the book. Especially the chapter headings OMG LOLs! If your looking for a good laugh, steamy romance the get your sugar or sprinkled covered donuts ready to devour this steamy, hilarious read!
BooksCoffeePassion More than 1 year ago
One of my favorite tropes in romance is enemies-to-lovers and The Hook-Up Experiment did not disappoint me. Peyton is a confident, sexy, sassy, independent, successful woman, who can't say no to a bet especially if she knows she's going to win it... So, Peyton bets her brother that it's possible to hook up with someone three times and not fall in love and well... she's the perfect test subject. She's going to prove him wrong and win 5 hundred dollars. But she wasn't expecting to hook up with her high school enemy. Elliott. Hot, sexy Elliott that aged so perfectly... There's no way she's going to fall in love with him, right? Elliott is a hot, sexy, swoon-worthy, perfect, charming man who has his struggles as a single dad. He doesn't have much time to date, so he signs up on a website just to hook up, no strings attached. But the first blind date is one hell of a surprise... Honestly, I think I might have a crush on Peyton! I loved her! Her style, her stubbornness, her spontaneity, everything about her was lovable. The chemistry and the banter are off the charts, Dominic (Peyton's brother) and Chloe's (Peyton's BFF) comical moments made me laugh so many times, I really loved the Friends vibe and Briony is such a sweet, sweet kid. The Hook-Up Experiment is a low angst, charming, hilarious, addictive, swoony, light romantic comedy. Can't wait for Dom and Chloe's story!
Lisa-Lou More than 1 year ago
The Hook-Up Experiment by Emma Hart is the first book in her Experiment series. This book follows the same group of friends first introduced in The Upside to Being Single. This Peyton's story and begins with a bet between her and her brother. Told in dual POV and complete with Peyton & Elliott's HEA, this was a wonderful read, as usual, from the author. Peyton has her issues. Her business requires her to look at penises, her best friends pair her up with her nemesis from high school for a blind date, and he is too gorgeous to stay away from. Elliott tried to explain things to Peyton years ago in high school. The fact that she is still simmering over the misunderstanding is a little charming and a little scary. Not one to be put off he is determined to share the truth with her and hope for the best. Loved it - I cannot wait for Chloe & Dom's story in The Dating Experiment. Enjoy!
MsMeesh More than 1 year ago
Emma Hart is the Queen of smart, sassy, and witty romantic comedy! The Hook-Up Experiment was an absolute gem of a read. This book had it all from charismatic characters, witty banter, and off the charts humor. And to top it off, it had the kind of romance that made you smile like a fool in love. Yes, I was that fool who fell in love with Hart’s writing and characters. How could I not when two frenemies discover that this is won’t be any hook-up especially when feelings begins to emerge. And as an added bonus, did I mention that the hero is a single daddy so yeah, prepare to swoon as this single dad has a daughter that can easily melt your heart. So what are you waiting for...go read this book stat and discover why so many readers are head over heels in love with Emma Hart’s romantic comedies.
StephB More than 1 year ago
Absolutely the best book written by Hart to date. Peyton and Elliot are amazing. This book is real, snarky and laugh out loud funny. This may have ruined me for all other books. It's going to be a go-to beach read for me and one that I will highly recommend. Not sure how Hart is gonna top this, but I can't wait to see.
TBR_Book_Blog More than 1 year ago
Emma Hart has such a talent to write funny characters and children’s innocence and hysterical words so well! I can imagine a little kid saying some of the things that are written and it just makes it that much more funny! I’m SO glad that Peyton got her story!!! I love how open and honest she is, with her PaD website/business and Just herself. She makes no apologies for who she is and makes sure that people know she’s proud of being who she is. I love her so much!!! And Briony! Which I have NO idea how to pronounce that so I won’t even try. But I love that Briony was described and a miniature Peyton because I could SO see that!! And GAH! The teasers for the next book/couple!
Yamikirky More than 1 year ago
Be Prepared to LOL. !!! Hot Single dad ✅ Strong, sassy, witty heroine ✅ I loved Peyton in The Upside to Being Single, she was THE friends that knew it all and had an answer for everything.... In the Hook Up Experiment, she is the same stubborn girl who is determined to prove her brother wrong . Sex with no strings attached is possible , friends with benefit is possible , going out on 3 dates with zero chemistry or love or feelings possible... until Elliot is back no longer as her nemesis, but as the hot single daddy!! “Could I really go through with this stupid three hook-up thing with Peyton? One down, two to go.” As usual, Emma made me LOL so much that it hurts!! The Hook Up Experiment has all the ingredients of an EPIC romcom!
CoffeeGoddessTK More than 1 year ago
Peyton Austin has hated Elliott Sloane with a white-hot passion since he stood her up for her junior prom. Ten years has done nothing to quench the flames of her dislike, but Fate, in the form of Peyton's brother and her two best friends, is having one heck of a laugh at her expense. They're baaaack....Yep, the ladies that we met and loved in THE UPSIDE TO BEING SINGLE by author Emma Hart are back, and they're as clumsy (Mellie), in denial (Chloe), and sassy as all get-out (well, all of them, but Peyton, most particularly) in THE HOOK-UP EXPERIMENT, the second book with these lovably quirky characters. Peyton is a pepper pot of the highest order, with snark coming as naturally to her as breathing, and, man, she is locked and loaded to let Elliott have it. I mean, what else could be expected for the man that had been the bane of her teen years? But the Elliott that Peyton meets now is not the same guy, at least as far as she can tell. This Elliott is as sexy as she remembers, sure, and more than able to hold his own with her, but he's changed in a lot of ways, too, ways that make Peyton want to spend more time listening to his story. Emma's romantic comedies are always winners for me, but I absolutely adore the way that she writes kids. Briony steals the show here, and I could not love her any more. The scenes with her, as well as Elliott's woman-power espousing mother, made for some of the funniest moments in the book. And Dom and Chloe? When this hard-headed and hilarious duo finally get it together (which they will, and there will be a book to cover every delicious moment!), I predict all kinds of shenanigans. Another well-earned 4. 5 stars for THE HOOK-UP EXPERIMENT. Sass, steam, and a second chance; what could be better?
AmandaKozi More than 1 year ago
4.5 stars! The Hook-Up Experiment is such a fun and sweet read. I have come to love Mellie, Peyton, and Chloe and I have been anxious to get to Peyton's story. She is stubborn and feisty and I love her. Elliott is quite the swoony single dad! I loved seeing the caring and nurturing side along with his sexy side. I just adored him and Briony. Emma always seems to write the absolutely perfect single parents time and time again.
All_Things_Dark_And_Dirty More than 1 year ago
Another smash hit RomCom by Emma Hart!! This is the first book in The Experiment Series, and can be read as standalones, we have initially met the main characters in this book in The Upside of Being Single, and would wholeheartedly recommend reading this one, if not first, then at some stage, as it gives you the whole background as to what's going on, and is Mellie and Jake's story, not to be missed!! This book is about Peyton and Elliott. Peyton runs a hook up dating site, which connects people for a no strings, no relationship type of dating. Her brother co-runs the sister site to this hook up service, and believes you can't hook up with one person 3 times and not fall in love. Peyton disagrees, and takes the bet, with her friends going through the admissions on her PAD (Pick A D*ck) and finding someone they think she can never fall for - except the guy turns out to be her arch nemesis from high school, who stood her up for prom, Elliott. This was a fabulous, hilarious, sexy, sweet and charming read!! Emma's heroines are always fiesty and sassy, Peyton is no exception!! She's stubborn, sarcastic and fiesty with it, a great friend to her besties - although she want's to kill them for picking Elliott out for the bet - she's fun and interesting, and has an awesome job lol!!! Elliott turns out to be even more handsome than she remembers from high school - now all grown up with a chiseled jaw and abs for miles!! With his own brand of sarcasm and wit to match against Peyton, a smile to die for and sexiness to melt over, she's in real trouble here, especially when she sees how Elliott dotes on his 3 yr old daughter Briony!! This starts as an enemies to lovers read, but they cannot deny the chemistry still there between them. The more time they spend together, the hotter they get for each other!! But their worlds are so different - Peyton runs her own dating site and has some OCD obsessions about things being clean, tidy and in order. Elliott has his own house where he lives with his 3 yr old daughter, completely messy but very much a family home. There are some laugh out loud moments going on here where her OCD clashes with the family environment lol!! Briony herself obviously plays a massive role in this story, the interaction between her and Elliott and later Peyton is just heartwarming, she's such a little star - she had me laughing at her antics, she was just adorable. A great read, I thoroughly enjoyed it, and highly recommend you give it a go!! 5 fab stars.
bbarneybooks28 More than 1 year ago
The Queen of Romantic Comedy does it again! And, this time around, Emma Hart had me at the title of Peyton and Peyton’s brother’s premier hook-up website “Pick-A-D*ick,” and while I don’t particularly envy Peyton’s title as the ‘official d*ck pic sorter,’ the whole concept of their hook-up service is as much intriguing as it is scarring based on the pictures that Peyton has the good or bad fortune of sifting through and the endless amount of stories that both she and her brother have in their arsenal to not only prove that their business actually works but also to entertain their friends with as much outlandish behavior as possible. Peyton Austin is a girl after my own heart - partly because I’m just as snarky, stubborn, and sarcastic as she is and partly because she owns who she is, how she makes money, and how she spends her time. There’s nothing about Peyton that seems manufactured. She is who she is and people either accept her or they don’t; she doesn’t care in the slightest because she refuses to be someone she’s not, even if it’s for a man or maybe especially if it’s a man. The fact that Peyton is the one who believes that hooking up with the same person three times doesn’t have to develop into something more, changes things up a bit, and while Peyton’s not one to turn down a bet, I had a feeling from Peyton and Elliott’s initial reunion that things were not going to be as easy as Peyton thought they would be because the man that Elliott Sloane has become is nothing like the teenage boy who was a no-show for prom, which means that all of Peyton’s disdain for him has nowhere to go and holding something against someone that happened so many years ago definitely becomes problematic when their hook ups become so much more than random and emotionless. Once again, Emma Hart creates a scene stealer in her creation of Elliott’s little girl. There’s no way anyone can interaction with her and not be smitten with her innocence and her honesty, and regardless of how much Peyton would like to deny it or perhaps not accept her feelings, she is definitely not immune to this young girl’s charm and loveliness and I know everyone who reads The Hook-Up Experiment will be smitten by her as well. I’m so glad that Emma Hart is giving readers more of Peyton and Elliott’s story and I love that it changed from an experiment of hooking up to an experiment of dating her brother’s best friend and falling in love. There’s so much still to know about these two as well as their friends, and I can’t leave out Elliott’s daughter because I’m excited to watch her grow up and teach the adults a thing or two about living and loving. 4.5 Poison Apples (The Fairest of All Book Reviews)
bbarneybooks28 More than 1 year ago
The Queen of Romantic Comedy does it again! And, this time around, Emma Hart had me at the title of Peyton and Peyton’s brother’s premier hook-up website “Pick-A-D*ick,” and while I don’t particularly envy Peyton’s title as the ‘official d*ck pic sorter,’ the whole concept of their hook-up service is as much intriguing as it is scarring based on the pictures that Peyton has the good or bad fortune of sifting through and the endless amount of stories that both she and her brother have in their arsenal to not only prove that their business actually works but also to entertain their friends with as much outlandish behavior as possible. Peyton Austin is a girl after my own heart - partly because I’m just as snarky, stubborn, and sarcastic as she is and partly because she owns who she is, how she makes money, and how she spends her time. There’s nothing about Peyton that seems manufactured. She is who she is and people either accept her or they don’t; she doesn’t care in the slightest because she refuses to be someone she’s not, even if it’s for a man or maybe especially if it’s a man. The fact that Peyton is the one who believes that hooking up with the same person three times doesn’t have to develop into something more, changes things up a bit, and while Peyton’s not one to turn down a bet, I had a feeling from Peyton and Elliott’s initial reunion that things were not going to be as easy as Peyton thought they would be because the man that Elliott Sloane has become is nothing like the teenage boy who was a no-show for prom, which means that all of Peyton’s disdain for him has nowhere to go and holding something against someone that happened so many years ago definitely becomes problematic when their hook ups become so much more than random and emotionless. Once again, Emma Hart creates a scene stealer in her creation of Elliott’s little girl. There’s no way anyone can interaction with her and not be smitten with her innocence and her honesty, and regardless of how much Peyton would like to deny it or perhaps not accept her feelings, she is definitely not immune to this young girl’s charm and loveliness and I know everyone who reads The Hook-Up Experiment will be smitten by her as well. I’m so glad that Emma Hart is giving readers more of Peyton and Elliott’s story and I love that it changed from an experiment of hooking up to an experiment of dating her brother’s best friend and falling in love. There’s so much still to know about these two as well as their friends, and I can’t leave out Elliott’s daughter because I’m excited to watch her grow up and teach the adults a thing or two about living and loving. 4.5 Poison Apples (The Fairest of All Book Reviews)
KaraHildebrand More than 1 year ago
The Hook-Up Experiment is the first book in The Experiment Duet, but if you read The Upside to Being Single, this is Peyton's story! Emma Hart is the queen of the rom-com. I read all of her books because she's hilarious and talented. I don’t know how she keeps coming up with these fantastic characters and funny as hell plots! Peyton is independent, stubborn, beautiful and holding a decade long grudge on her high school sweetheart. She needs to prove to her brother that she can sleep with a guy three times and not fall in love. She can totally do that. Until she sees the guy. Elliott Sloane. She hates him. So much. He broke her heart in high school. This is going to be a piece of cake. Until he looks at her that way. Until he finally gets to tell her the truth. Can she handle the truth? Will it change everything she thought she knew? Elliott is sweet, sexy and gives as good as he gets. He doesn't let Peyton get away with her craziness. He let her get away once and he isn't going to do that again. He has a lot going on in his life, raising his daughter on his own, but he can't say no to Peyton. Elliott and Peyton are hilarious together! Their banter is top notch and their chemistry is hot. Overall, I laughed, got hot and bothered and wanted more! I loved seeing previous characters again and I can't wait for Chloe's story!
LexyH More than 1 year ago
In true Emma form, I laughed the entire time. I love when the characters make me laugh out loud, but I love it even more watching them grow. Peyton and Elliott are one of my new favorite Hart couples. From Peyton and her PAD website to how much she doesn’t want to like Elliott. Watching Peyton grow as an adult in the story was amazing. She learned to love and forgive, but watching her fall in love was my favorite part. Elliott didn’t want to start dating, so when he found PAD, he was just looking for a hookup. What he wasn’t prepared to find was Peyton. I loved watching Elliott with Brioney, seeing that relationship was amazing. New found love of single dad’s right here! But watching the three of them together? I fell right in love. I can’t wait for the next book in this duet!
Vero-Stro More than 1 year ago
The Hook-Up experiment is Book 1 in "The Experiment" Series and it is another delicious, entertaining and funny read by Emma Hart. As always the author's sense of humour makes the book impossible to put down from the very first page until the very last one. The plot is original and the characters are great! When Peyton's brother makes a bet with her things get very interesting and funny!!! Peyton is absolutely sure one can hook up with a date three times without getting emotionally involved. She decides to experiment with Elliott, someone from her high school years... The book is steamy, funny, interesting! A must read!
AmyBosica More than 1 year ago
Yes! Yes! Yes!! Peyton’s story is finally here!! I have been waiting rather impatiently to get my hands on this book and boy was it worth the wait! Smartly written, charming and full of humor, The Hook-Up Experiment is just the romantic comedy to knock you off your feet and keep you coming back for more. The Hook-Up Experiment kicks off the first book in the experiment series and follows the story of Elliott and Peyton. From the moment we set sights on these two characters, emotions are high and sparks are going off all over the place. You could just tell that their story was going to be totally unforgettable. From trying to win a bet to reconnecting with your high school nemesis, this romantic comedy more than delivers. The Hook-Up Experiment is well written, flawless, and utterly captivating. It will have you laughing and dying to see what will happen next. The chemistry is off the charts and explosive. The characters are so much fun and will keep you begging for more. The story-line is filled with Emma Hart’s classic humor, wit and unforgettable romance. I enjoyed every single thing about Elliott and Peyton’s story and never wanted it to end.
Tatia More than 1 year ago
Give me a sarcastic heroine and a hero willing to put up with her and you've got a recipe for a great book. Add in a child that literally breathes sunshine into the world and it's like the sherry on top. That book just went from great to freakin amazing. The Hook-Up Experiment had it all. It all started with a bet.....which we all know never leads to anything good. Especially when the bet made is with your brother and you let your supposed best friends pick out the experiment....now it's a possible recipe for disaster. I loved every word. Every leaf that was turned over and unlocked hurt from the past and uncovered feelings that have always lingered there. Peyton and Sloane were amazing together when they let themselves be. Maybe the way things turned out was for the best all along. It did create Briony after all. The little girl who wants to know the how and why of everything. Sounds like some other kids I know. This little girl breathes sunshine into the world and makes it a brighter place. Take the heat made between the sheets, the fire that Peyton breathes over learning some things about the past, and the sunshine Briony breathes and this world is on fire. Like all Emma Hart books for me, I couldn't put it down. She always creates a story that I have no problem getting lost in. I can envision every scene crystal clear like I'm living it for myself. Those are the ones that are the best for me.
kahea46 More than 1 year ago
***5 ‘Emotions Were Of The Devil. And The Devil Was A Wh#r@’ Stars*** I devoured this book. I did. I did start it the night before, but Daylight Savings happened and the brain did not Spring forward along with the time. But when I sat down and did the “just a peek, maybe a chapter” thing...well, it turned into finishing the book in no time flat (Sorry #workthing) but it was SO good. Laugh out loud funny, swoon worthy ~ in more ways than one, sweet and oh so smexy! It hit all my buttons in just the right way that I didn’t want it to end, but loved how everything played out. I loved Peyton in The Upside of Being Single and all this book did was make me adore her even more. She has moxie. Plain and simple. This woman owns everything she does. She’s comfortable in her own skin and isn’t afraid to speak her mind, sometimes a little too much. And though she may not want to fall in love, when she does consider someone hers, she gives them her all and I loved seeing that side of her because it just made me adore her more. Elliott. This man is a good man, and part of it does have to do with being a single parent to a toddler. He’s patient, straightforward and has a huge heart. He also has a bit of Alpha AF in him that comes out to play, which only serves to make even smexier than he already is. As this is an enemies to lovers romance, things definitely don’t start out on a good note with Peyton and Elliott, but what one cannot deny is the spark that blazes between them when they are together. It’s hot, hands down, HOT! And as they spend more time together, in and out of bed, it’s apparent that they could have something amazing should they take a step back and take the time to truly listen to one another and be honest with themselves. And then there is Briony. This little girl was EVERYTHING! It’s no secret that I love it when children play an important role in the story because they tend to force adults to show their true selves, and Briony does that when it comes to Elliott and Peyton. But this little girl had me cracking up, cringing and wanting to hug her anytime she was around. This was such a fun, smexy read that was full of heart but wasn’t as angsty as I thought it would be ~ oh there is some good moments, but nothing crazy and OTT. I loved Mimi, Dom and Peyton’s grandmother and loved seeing how Mellie and Jake are doing, but I am definitely looking forward to Chloe and Dom’s book because after all that went down in this one, that one is gonna be all kinds of interesting! ~ Copy provided by InkSlinger PR & voluntarily reviewed ~
SabrinaNedeleaSN More than 1 year ago
Each book I’ve read from Emma Hart, I have fallen in love with her writing style. She has something unique in her stories, in her methods of captivating you into the story. So, because I knew what to expect from the first book and the cravings at the same time, I went and bought a box of doughnuts, got a big cup of coffee and just enjoyed the book. This are the three perfect ingredients for her stories. It was just perfect! The story starts with Peyton Austin, a business woman who owns PAD company, knows what she wants in life, is a warrior, obsessed with cleaning and having everything in order. At the same time, she is a girl that is nice to be around; even if she speaks the truth and lets you handle it. The thing is, Peyton is a true believer that you can sleep with someone, and not fall in love with him. Maybe it’s her job that makes her thinks this, maybe the people that contact her have the same opinions, the problem is her brother Dominic doesn’t believe it. So he proposes something to her, a bet… “You sleep with one person three times in less than two weeks. If you can prove you’re not in love with them, I’ll give you five hundred bucks.” Peyton loves a good challenge, and this sounds like such an easy one. How hard can it be to pick a date, go out with him and not fall in love? For the bet to be fair at some level, they decide that Mellie and Chloe will pick a date for her, based on her preferences in what she likes/dislikes in man. The girls set up a meeting soon for Peyton at one of her favorite restaurants - Billie’s, the problem is Peyton doesn’t know who the guy is. She doesn't know his name, or even how he looks. Going into a blind date set-up by her girlfriends, Peyton was not expecting to see her biggest crush and the man she hates since high school, Elliott Sloane. She was not expecting that Mellie and Chloe will set her up with him, not after they knew the story of what happened in high school. They are both shocked, but at this point what can they do?! Continue eating and have a glass of wine, or get up and leave? How do you treat the guy you had the biggest crush on, ten years ago and the guy who broke your heart? She tries to see the positive side, meaning she hates Elliott, but at the same time he is very good looking. Can she go through with her bet with Dom and win it? It's five hundred bucks after all, and she can prove Dom he is wrong. Can she sleep with Elliott and get pass the hatred she has from him, a hatred that was accumulated over the last ten years? “‘You wound me”, he replied dryly. “Which is all the more reason to sleep with me.” “Because I hurt your feelings? “ “No, because you hate my guts, so there’s zero chance of you ever falling in love with me. Hell, I’d die before I let you.”” Elliot Sloane is a guy who doesn’t takes no for an answer, who prefers speaking his mind. He has a daughter named Briony, whom he in battling in court to win custody over. You can say, he’s plate it’s a bit full at this moment with the process, taking care of his house, his daughter and his job. He doesn’t have the necessary time for a relationship. Maybe the deal that Peyton proposes isn’t so bad after all. He doesn’t have to away from his daughter; he can focus on his problems. But, can they do it? Can they sleep together and not fall in love, even with their background? As a woman, it’s impossible not to have a girl crush on Elliot. The way he handles the situations, the way he confronts Peyton and make her
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Nothing like a little risque business to prove a point. Emma Hart keeps the hits coming with a little more naughty, a tad less nice and a whole lot of love. Prepare to have a good time with revenge served Peyton style. Elliott and Peyton make it hurt so good with a battle of wills that has only one foreseeable outcome. The Hook - Up Experiment is payback at it's most entertaining. Sexy, humorous and irresistible.