4.5 Star · ARC Review · Contemporary · Funny · Love/Hate · Second Chance · Series · Sexy · Strong Heroine

The Hook-Up Experiment (The Experiment #1) by Emma Hart


4.5 Stars

Peyton Austin spends her days arranging hook-ups through her business and website Pick-a-D*ck. Although, her days of wading through d*ck pics are generally fulfilling, she is starting to feel like something may be missing. Which is why when her brother challenges her to a bet, she jumps at the chance to prove him wrong.

The bet? Have sex with a guy from her database three times and NOT fall in love. It seriously couldn’t be any easier of a challenge…

Elliott Sloane is a busy single dad who doesn’t have time for dating. When he signs up for a hook-up, he is looking to have an uncomplicated time with someone who is looking for the same thing that he is. And then Peyton walks through the door…

While they hated each other in high school, they can both agree on one thing nowadays… and a little hate sex never hurt anyone….


This book was fan-freaking-tastic! Peyton is an independent, hard working woman, who knows what she wants and has the self confidence to always be true to herself. Her hatred of Elliott runs deep, and she figures that makes him the perfect candidate to sleep with and not fall in love with… until Elliott flips the script on her.

In high school, Elliott really liked Peyton, until she wouldn’t give him the time of day. He  is now a busy single father of an adorable three year old daughter, and doesn’t have the time to worry about making the past clear to Peyton… until their hook-up starts to seem like it could be something more.

This book was hilarious, sexy and a refreshing take on a second chance romance that you don’t want to miss! I loved both Peyton and Elliott, they had the best banter and an all around adorable love/hate relationship.

Come for the intense hate sex… then stay for the hilarious aftermath!

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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