Publication date: July 28, 2015
Category: New Adult Contemporary Romance
Armed with her besties, an embarrassing number of shots, and her list of 10 Wild Things To Do Before Adulthood, recent grad Cameron Lawson is partying it up before she starts her dream job at New York’s biggest ad agency. Her last task? Hook up with a random guy. And while it’s so not her style, the super-sexy guy sitting next to her is definitely game. No names. No details.At least, that was the plan.
On her first day of work, Cameron discovers her hook-up is none other than Aidan Truitt—her new boss’s boss. Talk about failing the “no fraternizing with coworkers” policy on an epic level. Especially when Aidan makes it clear their one night was only the beginning. Falling for him could cost her everything, but sometimes the only way to get what you want is by breaking a few rules…
I received an ARC of this book from Entangled via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
“Ask me to stop. Tell me you don’t want this.”
“I was afraid you’d say that.”
I had a wonderful time reading No Kissing Allowed! Cameron was a strong female character (despite her flaws, which only made her more relatable), Aidan was just the perfect male character.
I enjoyed their steamy relationship. The story offered the perfect balance between fun and emotion.
I loved both characters originated from the South and especially enjoyed the scenes in Cameron’s family, where they went back to their cultural roots.
I also loved how Aidan, although he said he didn’t want any string attached, couldn’t help being protective and thoughtful toward Cameron, as if he loved her in spite of himself already, without realizing it.
The book also brilliantly dealt with becoming an adult and leading life your own way, no matter how your parents dealt with theirs.
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About the author
Melissa West writes heartfelt Southern romance and teen sci-fi romance, all with lots of kissing. Because who doesn’t like kissing? She lives outside of Atlanta, GA with her husband and two daughters and spends most of her time writing, reading, or fueling her coffee addiction.