Monster Prick (Screwed #1.5) by Kendall RyanMonster Prick by Kendall Ryan
Published November 2015
Series: Screwed #1.5
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
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Over my dead body.

That's what I told Gracie when she informed me of her plan to pick some random guy she met online to get rid of her pesky virginity.

If anyone is touching her, it's going to be me.

I shouldn't even be considering it, but I can't get it out of my head: her, under me, begging me.

Arrogant. Cocky. Prick.

Those are the words I’d use to describe my older brother’s dangerously handsome best friend.

When he learned of my plan to kick off my white cotton briefs, ditching my good girl persona once and for all by losing my virginity to the first eligible bachelor I could find, he flipped out. Said over his dead body.

He says if anyone’s going to do it, it’s going to be him.

I hate that I’m even considering his offer.

But I am … I sooo am.

Ever since he suggested it, all I can think about is his cocky smile on those full lips as he’s driving in to me.

But if we cross that line … will I ever be able to go back?

Monster Prick is a novella sequel to Screwed by Kendall Ryan which I had reviewed here. It is a fairly short read so I won’t make this a huge review.

Monster Prick deals with Gracie Oliver, who is Hayden Oliver’s little sister. Hayden was the main character from Screwed, so we already know how protective he is of his little sis. But we also get to know more about Hudson Stone, who is Hayden’s business partner and best friend. And obviously, the book is a cliché’d best-friend’s little sister romance. Better even, it is also a type of i‘ll-help-you-loose-your-virginity-in-a-selfless-gesture-and-teach-you-the-joys-of-sex in the style of The Deal and Beautiful Player.

I was actually quite excited about it, but after the short read, I must say that the book was not overly impressive. It was a nice read, but just didn’t stand out from the crowd in my opinion. It mainly felt rushed, and probably a tad too predictable. It actually just felt like a déjà-vu. I might be a bit harsh because it’s difficult to “satisfy me” given all the books I’ve read in the past 3 years but in summary, I’d say you can give it a try, but don’t expect this to knock you off your socks.

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Overall: three-stars