Professor Feelgood (Masters of Love #2) by Leisa Rayven

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What's a girl to do when a man who's countless shades of wrong feels oh-so-right?

Ambitious book editor Asha Tate is a hopeless romantic. Despite her mediocre track record with men, she believes in swooning, sighing, and the everlasting love of true soul mates. Sure, sex is okay, but she’s not someone who’s ever been driven by her animal urges.


Until now.


When Asha stumbles upon the scorching hot Instagram feed of someone calling himself Professor Feelgood, she falls in lust for the first time. Not only is she left panting over the professor’s insane body, but his angst-filled poetry about losing his one true love speaks straight to her soul. 


Desperately in need of a bestseller for her struggling publishing company, Asha knows the professor’s potential to sell to his millions of loyal followers could be the lifeline her bosses need. However, the ink is barely dry on a book deal before she realizes she’s made a terrible mistake. Sure, the professor is incredibly talented and sexier than any man has a right to be, but the man behind the persona isn’t at all who she pictured. In real life, he’s intense, arrogant and infuriating, and his uncanny ability to rub her the wrong way turns her dream project into a total nightmare.

Knowing that the professor is everything she doesn’t want in a man should help Asha ignore her occasional urges to mount him, but she quickly learns that explosive, unwanted chemistry can make even smart people do stupid things.

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Sasha’s $0.02

 

Le sigh.... How do I even begin to describe how much I loved this book? It had it all. The laughs, the chemistry and a fantastic storyline. Rayven proves again why she is a automatic one click author for me. 

 The glimpse we get of Asha in the first book of the series and it had me really excited to learn more about her character. The hopeless romantic with unrealistic qualifications in a man. This poses to be quite the dilemma. Her insecurities made her very relatable and her personality made her easy to connect with. I loved her stubborn nature and the way she went head to head with Jake and never backed down. 


I always say that enemies to lovers is so so for me, but when it’s written this well they end up being me favorite. Jake was broody perfection. I loved the way his and Asha’s relationship and friendship redeveloped through the story. The hang ups from of their past were emotional, so this made for a lot of verbal show downs that pulled at the heart strings. Aside form the angst, this story had several lol moments that were perfectly placed. 


I was happily consumed by this story from beginning to end. There is something really amazing about finishing a book with a huge smile, and this book did exactly that.