Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Review: Smart Mouth by Erin McCarthy

Smart Mouth by Erin McCarthy
Genre: Adult - Romance - Comedy
Publisher: Kensington
Pages: 356
Release Date: April 2004

Rating: B

FBI agent Derek Knight's world is just about to be turned upside down when crucial evidence for an ongoing investigation is placed in the wrong car. This wouldn't be such a huge deal except reporter, Reece Hampton, just so happens to be renting that car. Instead of believing that Derek might just be in fact an FBI agent, she runs.

When Reese thinks the coast is clear, she sees no harm in taking a peek inside the envelope. Once her eyes see what is laid out in front of her, she realizes this is her big ticket out of her small crappy reporting career and a straight shot to the big leagues…if only it could be that easy.

Now that Derek knows who she is and what she plans to do; he's stuck with her. But it does help the situation that they’re both instantly attracted to one another. So why not mix business with some pleasure?

Derek and Reese were sharpy, enjoyable, and laugh out loud characters.  They were such opposites, but their chemistry worked well togehter. But I couldn't help but feel like a gigantic perv while reading this. If these two weren't doing it - they were thinking about all the ways they could do it. Normally I wouldn’t have finished a book that had so much sex in it, but the characters and plot were so fast paced, I had to know the ending! So if you like adult books with a fair share of steamy sex scenes mixed in with humor, this one is right up your alley!


Heads Up: I will be doing a mixture of both Adult and Young Adult books on this blog for now on. Also I changed my way of rating books by using the grading system instead of 5 stars.