"5 stars! The imagery is beautifully written, capturing the sights and sounds of rural Alabama so perfectly that it left this born and bred city-girl longing for wide open spaces. Slow and Steady Rush is a funny, emotional, heartfelt romance about self-discovery and finding home." -- Scandalicious Book Reviews
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Over 1.4 million eBooks downloaded! With the sixth and final book just released, now is the time to start the hilarious Friends With Benefits series.
"This book hooked me from the start. Not only is it funny, hot and a great read, but it's funny, hot and a great read. Why aren't you reading it yet?!..." - Tara Sivec – USA Today best-selling author of Seduction and Snacks
"When you purchase this book, make sure you are well rested! You will not want to put it down and will be giggling long into the night!..."- Angela McLaurin - The Indie Bookshelf
"Damn Mr. Young, you're funny, really funny, laugh out loud funny and you write the sexy times with skills. Well done mister..." - Scandal - Scandalicious Book Reviews
"I love funny romances, and I had a great time reading this one. It was a perfect break from the overly intense YAs, and the overly hot billionaire alphas..." - Ana - Ana's Attic Book Blog
Jillian Grayson is a disillusioned divorcée and best-selling romance novelist who suddenly can't write a chapter without her hunky male heartthrob suffering ED, an STD, or even worse. Brian Nash is a tennis-obsessed college senior who's unlucky in love and the roommate and best friend of Jillian's son, Rob. When Rob brings Brian home for Spring Break, and Brian meets the surprisingly young and tennis passionate Jillian, their shared interest quickly develops into an intense mutual attraction. After nearly giving in to their feelings, they hatch a plan, while under the influence (of something more than just the perfect Miami night), to be Friends With Partial Benefits, complete with rules to define the boundaries. Will the lonely pair continue with this distinctive relationship, actually explore their desires, or discover all of it is a really bad idea?
NOTE: Recommended for readers 18+. This book contains explicit language, sexual content, slightly inappropriate humor and is recommended for mature audiences who like that sorta thing. This book is also a less explicit version of Ian Dalton's novel Inappropriate Thoughts.