Out of Her League by Jennifer Dawson

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Out of Her League by Jennifer Dawson

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I loved these 2 characters. They felt so original to me. Tessa felt, I’m sure like a lot of us, that she wasn’t pretty/sexy/thin enough to get this tall, dark, and handsome god. Jennifer did a great job showing how Xavier slowly starts to see Tessa as more than an acquaintance and into this woman he can’t stop thinking about. It’s almost like a slow burn for the relationship/falling in love part, but boy is NOT a slow burn for the sex. Their first scene together was so good, and I loved how Tessa came out of her shell and showed Xavier how uninhibited she could be over the course of their non-relationship. They just started spending all their time together and don’t realize they’re falling in love. And the climatic love declaring… there may have been tears. ~ Marissa [5/5 stars]

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Jennifer Dawson gives us a slow burn for the relationship/falling in love part, but it is NOT a slow burn for the sex. ~ Marissa [5/5 stars]

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“I’m going to slide my cock between your tits, and then, when I’m about to come, I’m going to do it all over these fucking nipples.”
“Do I get to make you come?”

A muscle in his jaw jumps. “If you want to.”

I’ve never said anything like this before, but I flutter my lashes. “With your cock in my throat.”

“I had no idea that this misery was love.”  He blows out a breath. “I’m not going to lie, it’s as awful as I thought it would be, but if it’s going to be awful, I want it to be awful with you.”

Laughter bubbles, unexpected from my chest and I finally manage to say, “That’s the least romantic thing I’ve ever heard.”

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About Jennifer Dawson:

Jennifer Dawson

Jennifer Dawson is the author of the popular Something New series; spicy, small town romance released with Kensington, and pens the dark and edgy contemporary romance series Undone. Jennifer grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and graduated from DePaul University with a degree in psychology. She met her husband at the public library while they were studying. To this day, she still maintains she was NOT checking him out. Now, over twenty years later, they are married and living in a suburb right outside of Chicago with two awesome kids and a crazy dog. These days Jennifer can be found sitting behind her computer, writing her next novel, chasing after her kids, keeping an ever-watchful eye on her ever-growing to-do list, and NOT checking out her husband. Jennifer loves connecting with her readers and invites you to check out her website, Facebook page, and join Dawson’s Darlings, her private Facebook Fan group. Sign up for her monthly Newsletter for exclusive insider peeks, new release information and more.

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Look, I get it, I'm not asking for miracles. I might be a closeted hopeless romantic, but I'm also a realist. I don't need fireworks. I'm not asking for magic. Of course my date won't be Prince Charming. All I'm asking for is a pleasant night out on the worst single day of the year. That's not exactly shooting for the stars, now is it?

Apparently, it is.

Because not only am I stuck with the date from hell, but the fates don't think I've suffered enough, so why not seat me next to my secret crush. Trauma surgeon, Xavier Knight, is the most gorgeous man alive, and completely out of my league. An unobtainable, impossible dream that makes my heart pound whenever he gets close. Fantastic. Now he'll bear witness to my humiliation.

Ah, life, you really know how to kick a girl when she's down.



What did the book do to you?
My Panties Combusted!
I Cried All The Tears!
It Blew My Mind!
It's So Sweet!
It Changed My Life!
About The Author
My first foray into the Romance genre came my freshman year in high school English, where the teacher had us all read books from several different genres. So, my first book boyfriend and PnR introduction, if you will, was Richard Merlin, from The Wizard of Seattle. Prior to that, I’d only read Fantasy or Sci-fi, with a little teen horror thrown in for angst. I was reading The Vampire Diaries decades before it was even a twinkle in the eyes of the producers. Now, I am addicted to PnR, always reading at least one book a week about vamps, wolves, angels, demons, Fae, or overall magic.
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