Love Machine - Kendall Ryan

Love Machine

By Kendall Ryan

  • Release Date: 2018-07-16
  • Genre: Contemporary
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 332 Ratings)

Description

A best-friends-to lovers standalone romance from New York Times bestselling author Kendall Ryan.

She says she needs some help ... in the bedroom.

Come again? No, really come again.

Sweet, nerdy, lovable Keaton.

She's my best friend and has been for years. Sure she likes numbers and math, and thinks doing other people's taxes is fun. And I like ... none of that stuff. She's obsessed with her cat and reads novels I'll never understand, and yet we just click. There's no one I'd rather share breakfast burritos with or binge watch hours of Netflix. She's my person. And so when she takes off her glasses and asks me to help her improve her skills in the bedroom, I barely have to think about it.

Of course I'll help her. There's no one better for the job.

I've been there for her through everything, why should this be any different?

But what happens when she's ready to take her new-found confidence and move on?

Reviews

  • Loved this book!

    5
    By Ashberry01
    This was such a cute and sexy story. I loved every minutes of it and couldn’t put it down. I loved the cats . I was confused why she got so mad about the hotel thing but hey that’s just me :) I would recommend
  • A fun read

    4
    By Lacie Romano
    A cute read. Love best friends to lovers and their connection was fantastic. Still had the conflict that adore.
  • Very much enjoyed!

    4
    By J5ac2013
    Love Machine does not disappoint. I was laughing out loud at the scene between Slate & Keaton at the bar with James. Hilarious!! The diarrhea comment sent me over the edge! I would highly recommend this book.
  • Another awesome Kendall Ryan story

    5
    By Lilly428**
    I love a good friends-to-lovers romance! And Slate! Slate is amazing! I love him so much! Yes he’s a gorgeous hunk of man but he is determined to help Keaton on her mission. And Keaton! I love a good nerd girl romance! Nerds need love too! She had definitely gotten a raw deal until she seeks out Slate to help her with what she sees as issues. There is never disappointment with a Kendall Ryan Book. Ever!
  • Just an ok read

    3
    By Kambie07
    I've been back and forth with my review and decided to stick with 3 Stars. I didn't love this book. It was just ok. I had a hard time relating to these characters. They seemed to be missing that "it" factor. I had a hard time with this story. I wasn't a huge fan of the "sex education". It was a bit of a hard sell. I'd have been ok with a story that was based on friends to lovers.
  • Alright

    3
    By MrsLancini
    Slow story not all that funny either...but cute..
  • Love the Love Machine!

    4
    By starstacy
    This was a cute friends to lovers romance. As the book seemed shorter to me, we didn’t get a lot of depth from the story or the main characters, Keaton & Slate, but I still liked the story as a whole & them as characters. I also liked that it had little angst, just two friends figuring out that they are in love with each other. A cute, short, summer beach read!
  • Unoriginal

    1
    By sulfardaddy
    Honestly this book is the average romance novel, boring.
  • Sexy friends to lovers romance

    5
    By Mrsdiddy
    4.5 Stars!!! I love a good friend to lovers romance and Kendall Ryan did this trope some serious justice! Keaton and Slate are great! They have a great relationship as best friends. Add in the sexy attraction that reveals itself after Keaton’s proposition and you have a scorcher of a read. Fun, flirting and serious steam give this book all it needs!
  • Can a Nerdy Girl Become a Love Machine?

    4
    By Fairest Reviews
    Every time I see the title of Kendall Ryan’s new release, Love Machine, I instantly start singing The Miracles’ song with the same name, and while I didn’t really know all of the lyrics, once I looked them up, it was easy to connect the song to Keaton and Slate’s story, especially this particular line of verse: ‘I'm just a love machine And I won't work for nobody but you (Yeah, baby) I'm just a love machine A hugging kissing fiend I think it's high time you knew Whenever I think of you My mind blows a fuse’ But turning Keaton into a ‘love machine’ is not an easy process; in fact, her sexual inexperience, her nerdy girl and people pleaser personality, and her professional drive all seem to be road blocks when it comes to the opposite sex. Keaton desperately wants to improve her ‘bedrooms game,’ which means she needs a ‘sex tutor,’ a personal ‘sex coach’ who will help her with her sexploration goals and prevent her from approaching every sexual act analytically. What’s most interesting to me in these kind of friends-to-lovers romances is how the characters’ relationship, almost from the onset, is put in the ‘friend zone’ indefinitely despite an underlying attraction because the best friend bond that’s shared is not something they’re willing to mess up, but then all it takes is an ‘indecent proposal’ from one of them to change the dynamics of what they mean to each other, knowing that, if they cross that line, nothing will ever be the same between them despite how they’d like to think otherwise. Readers are privy to all of Keaton and Slate’s thoughts and feelings as they transition from friends-to-lovers, and as Keaton’s booty camp progresses and their romantic connection grows, it’s clear that these two are in for a world of hurt if they can’t believe in one another’s true feelings and accept that a friendship is no longer what they want or even need. Kendall Ryan’s Love Machine is a fun, flirty story that proves that nerdy girls can let their sexy side loose with the right partner and explore every lewd and sensual act in sweet and sultry ways. It’s a fast-paced read that’s on the lighter side; the drama actually stems from the characters’ insecurities, which need to be worked out on their own so that how they truly feel about each other can soak in and lead them to discoveries that go way beyond sexual. 4 Poison Apples (The Fairest of All Book Reviews)

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