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

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1.Hate-screw my high school nemesis.
2.Remember to hate him.
3.Prove my brother wrong.
It should be easy.
It isn’t.

As the owner of Pick-A-D*ck, New Orleans’ premier hook-up website, my job is simple. Connect two people for a no-strings, no-expectations hook-up. The plus for my clients is that I’m the one who gets to sift through the d*ck pics—except this time, they're required.

My problem? My brother, co-owner of Pick-A-D*ck’s sister dating site, doesn’t believe it’s possible to hook up with someone three times and not fall in love. 
I disagree. I know it’s possible.

And my disagreement is exactly how I end up reconnected with my high school nemesis, Elliott Sloane. The guy who asked me to junior prom and then stood me up. Who egged my car when I rejected him, and convinced my senior homecoming date to ghost me. 

It should be easy to hate-screw him. If only he was still that person, instead of a hot-as-hell single dad, working as a builder to make ends’ meet, fighting for custody of his daughter. 

Three hook-ups.
One outcome.
Right?

(The Hook-Up Experiment is book one of the Experiment duet. If you've read The Upside to Being Single, this is Peyton's story.)

ellie's $0.02:

I never tire of Emma Hart's writing style and humor.

The Hook-Up Experiment is saucy and sassy... right off the bat.  I mean, the heroine (this is the main female character, not heroin, the drug) runs a the Pick-A-Dick business.  That right there should tell you what you are getting into.

The humor stays on track (as much on track as you can stay with Hart) and rolls through the entire plot of high school love-gone-bad enemies into... you guessed it... true love. 

Full of salty dialogue, awkward scenes, and just downright humor, you can't go wrong.  Emma's style of story-telling is always on point.

While I don't want to make the book sound simple (if I do, it's a compliment), but it's always refreshing to have reliably hilarious rom-con to read.  I will always recommend Emma Hart.  Always.  Until one of her books suck, and I'll one-star the shit outta it.  But this one isn't it, yet.