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Sunday, 23 October 2016

Review: TOMMY BOY: A Panty Whisperer Prequel

TOMMY BOY: A Panty Whisperer Prequel TOMMY BOY: A Panty Whisperer Prequel by Sloane Howell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I'm already a huge fan of the Panty Whisperer series, so when I found out that Sloane was writing a prequel involving Tommy, I was so excited! Tommy was one of my favourite characters, and definitely worthy of his own story.

Tommy Boy is brilliantly written. I wasn't really sure what to expect, as I've learned that Sloane can be unpredictable, but this... this book was amazing.
Tommy is this sweet guy who loves making movie references in his day to day life. He is basically that adorable nerd that you can't help but fall for.

You can't have Tommy without Joel. Anyone who has read the Panty Whisperer knows that Joel is an overly confident ladies man. He can get any woman he wants, just by looking at them.

And then we have Crystal. She and Tommy share a class together but have never really spoken. He's definitely noticed her around though. So has Joel.

I'm not gonna lie, this book brought out a lot of emotions. There were some real laugh out loud moments, cringe-worthy moments, hot and steamy moments, and heart-breaking moments. I refuse to ruin the book for anyone else by sharing too many details. Believe me, if you loved Tommy in the Panty Whisperer, you'll love him in Tommy Boy.

One of your best yet, Sloane.

Blurb
Can your whole life change in one moment?

Away at college, Crystal Castles Clark loves programming computers and playing video games. She doesn’t have time to waste with relationships that are going nowhere and jerks that just want to get in her pants.

Tommy Blackwell lives with his buddy, Joel, in a house off campus while he works on finishing up his programming degree. He’s not looking for a girlfriend, just trying his best to please his family and pass his classes with the least amount of effort possible.

What happens when two people who seem born for one another cross paths? Should they embrace their attraction or fight it for the sake of appearing normal? Can one event change everything in the end just as surely as it did in the beginning?

*Tommy Boy is a prequel novella to Panty Whisperer: The Complete Series and both can be read independently in any order. For 18+ readers only. This story contains scalding hot sexy times, alpha male tendencies, and sweet moments sure to make you swoon.*

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