Monday, June 5, 2017


Counting On You by [Reed, J.C., Steele, Jackie]

This was a good read that makes you wonder- Can a sex addict and a love addict find something real together?
This is tied to the original book- Love Addicts Anonymous Part 1 --this is a revision expanded into a full novel. This is a story about two people who met at a rehab program. One is a love addict and the other is a sex addict. Kaiden Wright is a successful CEO with a sexy body that has 6pack abs. He doesn’t do relationships and never repeats one night stands. His idea of 365 days of sex calendar got him into a world of trouble with his company and the reason why he ended up in a six weeks rehab program.
Vicky Sullivan is a nurse who works in a nursing home. She is in love with Bruce who keeps their relationship a secret from his family. She is blind to all his faults and he keeps stringing her along and she went with it until he ended it. She didn’t take it well. Her obsession and violating a restraining order forced her to join the rehab program where she meets Kaiden for the first time when he is naked. The program has this thing about pairing up a sex addict and a love addict together—guess who are roomies together? This is where the fun begins for these two.
Reading this book, there is some slow parts, or parts where things sort of dragged but there are parts where things where just sped along. It is spicy, sexy and there are times that are full of humor but we get to see each of the main characters’ sensitive sides and how they think and feel. They compliment each other well. Vicky and Kaiden are perfect for each other and this story as a full is perfect. I enjoyed reading their love story and the double epilogues showed me how real things had become between them which was great!!

My Rating: 4.5 stars *****
"I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book in exchange for an honest review***

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