Hands On (Hands On #1) by Cathryn Fox



Hands On is the first of a three-part erotic series from New York Times and USA best-selling author Cathryn Fox.

When hot as hell Danielle Lang showed up and asked me to teach her about sex, I thought I was hallucinating. Turns out the beautiful psychologist needed an extra bit of schooling in all things sexual so she could teach a class.

I’m always up for helping a friend. I mean, it’s the least I can do. What I wasn’t expecting is for her to turn the tables and teach me a few things. Only this short-term promise of two weeks in her bed is going by a little too quickly. Not that I’m thinking forever or anything.

I’ve got a football career to get back to. And she doesn’t want to be a part of my world. There’s no way we can be together—so I’m going to make sure I enjoy every sexy second….

This is the first of a three-part series full of mind-blowing sex, featuring a dirty-mouthed football player who knows the score and an inexperienced therapist who needs to learn it. HANDS ON is sure to leave readers begging for more. The next installment, Body Contact, will be published August 2016.

The Hands On serial is best enjoyed in order.
Reading Order:
Book #1 Hands On
Book #2 Body Contact (available in August)
Book #3 Full Exposure (available in September)


ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

This is the first in a series of three books (I think the next are out in August and September).

Danielle Lang just graduated as a psychologist and needs some money fast, so she took a Summer job teaching Sex Ed to students. Problem is, she has NO sexual experience. Her BFF suggests finding someone to get down and dirty with to help her along. Enter Jake Rider. Football player recovering from Knee surgery.

Sounds good right? I thought so, that’s why I requested it. Alas I found it a little bit disappointing. Jack is sexy as hell and I LOVED him. Danielle though was one of those ridiculously cliché virgin heroines that acted like a damn 16 year old. Scratch that, most 16 year olds would act more mature…

“Tell me,” he pushed. “Yes,” she rushed out. “Yes what?” “Yes, I’m wet.” “What’s wet?” “You know,” she practically hissed and gestured downward with a nod, looking everywhere and anywhere but at him. Her lack of eye contact said one thing, but her body language told another story. Hell, she was as easy to read as an open book—which gave him an idea. “Down there,” she bit out, unable to say the word”

I mean SERIOUSLY?! I am suppose to believe that a 20 something woman who graduated College as a psychologist can’t say the word “PUSSY” I swear I rolled my eyes SO many times at Danielle’s behavior they rolled clear out of my head.


That said. I will probably give the next book a try because I hope (Lord do I hope) that Danielle starts acting like an adult under Jack’s tutelage. Plus Jack is sex on a stick, so there’s that!



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