In this third, stand-alone installment of Amanda Black’s Apartment Novels series, sparks fly during a sexy party game.
When Eden Foster’s parents tell her they’re moving from Chicago to the Illinois suburb of Aledo, Eden is crushed. That is, until she runs crying to her jock boyfriend, who she finds on top of her so-called best friend. Moving’s not looking so bad anymore.
Now a senior at Mercer County High, Eden is ready to re-enter the dating scene. Still burned over the betrayal of her ex, she’s looking for someone sweet and innocent. With the help of her two new friends, Zoe and Amy, Eden makes a list of what she’s looking for: an eager virgin, ready for training—and no jocks.
Eden thinks she’s found what she’s looking for in Logan Black, a shy and geeky classmate. But why are Zoe and Amy convinced that the answer to her search is a party game…with kissing?
Eden better get ready, because she’s about to play the Single Game.
The Single Game is the latest addition to the erotic Apartment Novels series, which began with Lily and Ethan in The Apartment and The Blank Canvas.
*Advanced Reader Copy given by Netgalley for an honest review*
This is going to be a short review…..This book I read this weekend but I don’t know how I feel about this book. I didn’t like the beginning so I nearly stopped reading but I hate not finishing books so I rallied on. Thankfully so because it got a bit better later in the book. Like most of us are use to the girl being a virgin and shy but in this book Logan is the virgin and shy and he never been kissed but he know what he wants. He wants Eden but he has no idea how to get her. Eden reminded me more of an college student than a high school girl being so sexually free. I loved how Eden guided Logan in what to do, it was hot as hell…. I would have loved more conflict. This book had strange character development I mean Logan was first a shy, kind of awkward virgin but in a matter of days he turned into a dirty-talking virgin. So basically the characters weren’t portrayed right to me. This book was HOT. I will never deny that this book was a page turner but like I said before I would have liked more conflict or drama because I needed that. Anyway this book was okay, I did enjoy it but I needed more.
Amanda Black was born and raised in the Midwest, where she still lives with her husband and spoiled-rotten dogs. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Studio Art before deciding that she actually needed to pay some bills, which is when she took a position as an ophthalmic technician.
For the past few years she’s been a closet romance writer in her spare time and would love nothing more than to make it a full-time career. When she’s not writing her next steamy love scene, her interests include reading, sketching, and annihilating her friends and family in movie trivia.