Title: Just A Number
Author: Fifi Flowers
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: March 14, 2016
Not looking for love.
Follow rules and restrictions.
No feelings. Forever--not an option.
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?
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I received an author's copy of this story for an honest review.
Can two skilled professionals protect their independence by sticking strictly to strings free/emotion free physical fun? Or will sticking too closely to rules meant to protect, only end up hurting them in the end?
What I Loved: Author Fifi Flowers is skilled at setting very detailed and vivid scenes. Just A Number had several scenes, including one at a raucous book signing, that had me feeling like I was actual there taking part of the action.
What I Didn't Love: I struggled with the flow of Just A Number. Dash and Willow spend a lot of time apart dealing with day to day minutia (work, friends, food). I would have liked a few more scenes of the pair together to build on their connection.
"I forgot to tell you. We're not princesses. You're not a princess. You are a strong, corporate woman that writes her own ticket. No fucking fairytales."
"While our bodies and souls were open to each other, the details of our pasts and everyday lives were closed and hidden."
Though it has a few bumps, Just A Number is an interesting mature romance with a satisfying conclusion.
About The Author
While daydreaming of her time spent sipping cafe crème in the cafes of Paris,Fifi Flowers, an internationally known artist turn author from the Los Angelesarea of California, writes romance novels and paints fantasies with a Parisian flair..