Review: Just A Number



Not looking for love.

No details.

Follow rules and restrictions.

Only fun. No feelings.

Forever–not an option.

Simple Flings.

They were all just a number.

Dash Oliver and Willow Dane both shared the same philosophy.

That is, until a merger of sorts.

Thrown together by fate or serendipity, was their connection… their chemistry… their compatibility enough to convince them that their rules were made to be broken and that they belonged together?

This book contains sexually explicit material and is intended for adult readers only.

Rating: 5 stars


Just A Number by Fifi Flowers is brilliant. It took me through a realistic side of life but one that soon took on a hot sexy irresistible journey. The ride throughout the steamy tale is one that hooked me from the beginning and held my attention to the last page. I was glued to the book. A young business woman lets her wild friend lead her to a bar for some fun and drinks. That’s where this story really takes off…the inevitable moment where two souls collide under fate. Each main character has basically the same rule…one-time thing nothing more. But that’s not what happens between Dash Oliver and Willow Dane. When two people decide that they only want sex or need to have it to just satisfy their sex craving of the other person…it’s never that easy. Sex is always complicated…unless you are able to block all feelings and emotions…the hot sex always leads to more sex….and more sex…leads to hearts on the line. The question is will Willow and Dane survive through their fling, or will it break them in ways they didn’t expect? Just A Number is incredibly addictive, fast-paced, and easy to read in one sitting. Once you read this novel by Fifi Flowers, it will leave you begging for more hot reads. The talent of this amazing writer is obvious from page one. The characters and dilemma kept me entranced throughout the entire novel. Overall, I highly recommend this riveting romance to readers everywhere.


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