I’m known for being formal. Meticulous. Professional. So you’d never suspect I spend my nights photographing my impressive junk for a NSFW blog. Don’t roll your eyes. I’m not bragging. I have millions of followers who’ll tell you they live for my posts. I’m like a superhero, saving humanity one dick pic at a time.
Except leading a double life means I need someone to help me protect my anonymity, so that no one, especially my family, ever discovers my online celebrity. When I call one of the most respected law firms in town, I expect quality legal advice and confidentiality. Not a sinfully sexy attorney whose dangerous curves and soul-piercing gray eyes make me want to personally demonstrate my particular skill set. I shouldn’t be tempted. Especially when she knows all of my best-kept secrets. But everyone has a breaking point. And I’ve met mine.
4 1/2 out of 5 stars
All About the D is the story of Josh Cartwright, youngest son of a very prominent Portland family, and the child everyone feels is the “screw up”. After discovering his girlfriend was cheating, and the resulting breakup, Josh has a hard time dealing. His best friend, Drew, makes him a bet – put a dick pic on the internet and see if you can get one woman to look at it.
Well, as it turns out, women love looking at penises on the internet, but Josh’s blog took off, having over 2 million subscribers. Problem is, nobody can know Josh is behind All About the D – it would devastate his family. Enter Evelyn Mills, Intellectual Property attorney. Evie agrees to take Josh’s case, but has a hard time convincing her partners to get on board, based on the content of the website.
As you can imagine, Josh and Evie have instant chemistry. Josh is out for a run and stumbles upon Evie and her devil dog out on a walk, and Evie ends up in a pile of mud – with a twisted ankle. Josh ends up taking Evie home and “nursing” her back to health, and washing her dog.
Evie and Josh can’t deny their chemistry, and eventually, nature takes it course. I really liked both Josh and Evie. Josh, despite what he did (the porn blog wasn’t his full time job), was a real stand up guy. He was super sweet, thoughtful and romantic. He was really swoon-worthy. Evie was interesting – an attorney who likes doing home improvement projects. That was a unique twist in the story.
There was some background drama with Josh’s ex and his overbearing mother (two things I hate, per my TTT this week), and his best friend Drew wasn’t a super likable character. He was always drunk and causing problems. Evie’s dad had his heart broken by Evie’s mom and couldn’t seem to get over it, which was annoying. Some of the stupid crap that went on in Evie’s office was annoying and not believable (I work in a law firm – associates aren’t selling work; they are doing the work partners pass down to them).
Overall, this was a really good book I enjoyed it way more than I thought I would.