Well Hung


Book: Well Hung

Author: Lauren Blakely

Cover Illustrator: Helen Williams

Publisher: NOOK Press, 2016

ISBN-13: 9781681017501

ISBN-10: 1681017501

Website(s): http://www.laurenblakely.com (author)

Language level: 5

(1=nothing objectionable; 2=common euphemisms and/or childish slang terms; 3=some cursing and/or profanity; 4=a lot of cursing and/or profanity; 5=obscenity and/or vulgarity)

Recommended reading level: no one

Rating: 0 stars

(5 stars=EXCELLENT; 4 stars=GOOD; 3 stars=FAIR; 2 stars=POOR; 1 star=VERY POOR; no stars=NOT RECOMMENDED)

Category: Not recommended

Reviewed by Wayne S. Walker

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     Blakely, Lauren.  Well Hung (Published in 2016 by NOOK Press).  Wyatt Hammer is a carpenter who owns and runs a construction business.  His office manager is a beautiful woman named Natalie.  Based on his previous experience, Wyatt has one rule, which is never date a co-worker.   However, he begins to fall in love with Natalie, and his feelings seem to be reciprocated.  Then on a business trip to Las Vegas, they lose a contract, get drunk, and are married in a wedding chapel.  I picked up this book to see if modern romances are as raunchy as some say they are.  The answer is yes!  There actually is an interesting story lurking in the book, but Wyatt and Natalie fornicate before they are married, have sex as “husband and wife,” and even get it on while waiting for a divorce, all described in great pornographic detail. 

     One could have surmised the nature of the plot by its subtitle on the cover, “He knows how to use all his tools” and the drawing of a shirtless man with his hand on his crotch, or by the first couple of sentences in the introduction.  “Here’s what you need to know about me — I’m well-off, well-hung and quick with a joke. Women like a guy who makes them laugh—and I don’t mean at the size of his d*ck.”  Also, the conversations are filled with vulgar and obscene talk.  I would not recommend this book to anyone.

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