Review: The Hook Up by Kristen Callihan

Title: The Hook Up
Author: Kristen Callihan

Genre: New Adult Romance
Publisher: Plain Jane Books

Pub Date: September 8, 2014
Rating: 4 Stars

Our thoughts...

Being the star quarterback, Drew Baylor has no problem in getting the attention of almost all the girls of their school. But he wants only one girls' attention and that girl is Anna Jones. There's just something about Anna that Drew likes and his attraction is like, a moth to a fire.

Anna Jones, on the other hand can't figure why someone like Drew would be interested in pursuing her. Anna sees herself as an ordinary girl, but on the contrary Anna is a beautiful red hair with voluptuous body.

Everywhere she goes, there he is watching her. Coincidence, maybe. But one thing is for sure Drew got it bad for Anna. Weeks have passed, still Drew can't figure out how to get close to Anna and convince her that he is totally serious about his intention.

Not until both attended the same party where pent-up sexual attraction can't be control any longer and Drew is not shy in admitting to Anna that he wants her. The unavoidable HOT hookup took place. After that, Anna still can’t believe what just happened and trying to convince herself that…

“It was just a hook-up. No more, No less. I can do this. I’ve had hook ups before. Wham, bam, thank you, man. Lust satisfied. Life goes on.”

But once they met again at school the following day, both Drew and Anna just can’t get enough of each other and another hot Sexcapades happened in the library.

Drew wants to date Anna as a start of a normal relationship. But Anna doesn’t do relationship. Why Anna doesn’t like to have a normal relationship with Drew beyond physical needs? Where is this attitude coming from? As for Drew, how can he convince Anna that he is in for the long haul? Can Anna still follow her set of rules: “No kissing on the mouth. No, staying the night. No telling anyone and above all… no falling in love.”

This is my first book of Kristen Callihan and I wasn’t disappointed. She was able to convince me that this is not your ordinary no-string-attached and indeed it wasn’t. You will fall in love with Drew Baylor once you meet him. And at some point you’ll wonder what is wrong with Anna that she can’t see what a good catch Drew is. Overall, this is a good read and that I would highly recommend it to anyone. Time well spent reading this one.


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