Rhett by J. S. Cooper

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Book description:

I’m Rhett.

I’m cocky because I can be. I’ve got it all: the looks, the money, the endurance. I’m the guy that every girl wants to be with, yet none of them have ever been able to tie me down.

I don’t do love. I don’t do relationships. And I sure as hell will never do marriage.

I’m all about the fast life and everything that entails. There’s a different woman in my bed every week. My friends are jealous of me. My enemies envy me. Everyone wants my life. And everything in my life is absolutely perfect.

Until the day she told me she was moving away. She’s my best friend. She was my first kiss in grade school. We share everything with each other. We never dated because I don’t love her. I don’t care that she’s moving. I don’t care that she’s moving for a guy. I don’t care because I don’t love her. I don’t do love.

I’m Rhett and I don’t let anything get me down. Then one night changed everything and everything I thought I knew was called into question.

All of a sudden, being Rhett didn’t mean so much anymore.

Giselle’s Review:

Sexy asshole. Rhett is the definition of a sexy asshole, but he’s a sexy asshole that is bound to get you to crack a grin…or five, but he’ll also have you wanting to trow your reading device, because that boy is frustrating. 

The novel Rhett is about two best friends who are as close as can be, it’s almost like they are dating, but without the benefits. Clementine and Rhett have always been there for each other and I loved their relationship! It was funny, frustrating, and definitely sexy. Then again this whole novel is pretty sexy, and also a tad frustrating, just because the characters were so obviously perfect together, but wouldn’t actually BE together!!

I really liked that the novel was from Rhett’s POV, but I would have also loved to see Clementines POV too, probably cause I was wondering what she was thinking the whole time and it would have been awesome to get more of a background on her feelings for Rhett. 

Rhett’s got some romance, comedy, and definitely some steamy scenes. It can be best considered a short, light read, that I definitely recommend to be read lounging by the pool on a hot summer day. It’s got some romance, comedy, and definitely some steamy scenes, and was all around an enjoyable read. 🙂

Ps. That cover is GORGEOUS. 😉

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