Review: Pink Bits by J. B. Heller

pink bitsTitle: Pink Bits

Author: J. B. Heller

Year of publication: Out today! The author kindly gave me a copy to read and review

The heroine: Reagan Moore

The hero: Rhett Jones

The blurb: Did you know the medical term for a butt crack is intergluteal cleft?

My name is Reagan, and spouting random facts like this one at inopportune moments is my affliction. I’m chronically awkward, socially inept and completely lack a filter. Believe it or not, men do not find these attractive traits.

When my sexy-as-sin neighbour barges into my apartment at the crack of dawn, everything changes. For some strange reason, my brand of crazy doesn’t send him running for the hills. Instead, he settles in for a nap on my couch…

Oh, and did I mention he was completely naked?

Standalone or series: Book one in the Awkward series, but can be read as a standalone

The review: This is a fun and easy novella about two neighbours, Reagan and Rhett. Reagan works for her father’s feminine hygiene company, collecting and verifying random facts that are printed on the product wrapping. She’d love to find someone to share her life with, but she’s socially awkward and her brain doesn’t seem to have a filter, which means she blurts out weird and wonderful things at random times.

When her sexy next door neighbour comes barging into her unit early one morning sans clothing because she woke up him making noise and his air conditioner is broken, he sets off a chain reaction which ends with Reagan at the hospital for stitches. To her surprise, her mouth doesn’t scare Rhett off; he finds he likes her quirkiness. And so begins a relationship in which Rhett is drawn to Reagan and she is unable to fight her attraction to him, and they eventually end up in bed. But will a player like Rhett be tamed by Reagan?

If you want a fun and easy read that won’t take long, this is the book for you.