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Missionary Position Top Rated Book in Humorous Women s FictionTopHumorous Women s Fiction Best SellerRomantic Comedy Best Seller A captivating story about life, love, and an exciting and unintentional quest for self discovery Selah El is a confident, curvy woman who knows exactly who she is and what she wants She loves her life being a professor and popular pirate erotica author However, when she leaves the Pacific Northwest to spend six months studying sculpture in West Africa, she learns she doesn t know a thing about love Cocky, suit wearing Gerhard charms her during a stopover in Amsterdam, but dashing, adventurous Kai sweeps her off her feet in GhanaSparks fly on three continents when perpetually single Selah discovers there s to love and life than she ever imaginedSex AbsolutelyLove Not my thingI didn t do love or butterflies, but I loved himI was screwed, and not in a good wayMissionary Position is book two in the Modern Love Stories series It s a spin off standalone from We Were Here and Geoducks Are for Lovers It isn t necessary to read those novels prior to reading this, but you might want to read them after if you enjoy Selah s story I was very excited to read this book, especially knowing that the main characters did not fit the typical book characters these days representing 18 25 year olds They were older, established, settled and employed I struggled greatly with the main characters in this book Older female, younger male, neither of which had believable chemistry She leaves to go do work, then he eventually shows up But up until that point, which may have been well into 30% or of the book, you no longer had the male character in the fold, leaving him almost to be a distant memory.Add the fact that the male quickly became forgettable to the fact that the female was becoming unlikable and I soon found myself no longer caring if they even got together The African backdrop did very little for me It did not really add anything interesting to the book because every scene that the backdrop was part of was merely functional and not really informative This just made it scenery that I had no desire to know anything about, rather than potentially finding it interesting and maybe exotic.By the time the male lead shows back up, I actually felt like I had to learn about him all over again because the short time you meet him in the beginning of the book, you almost feel like he is just a passing phase and no one important He isn t written interestingly enough to feel attracted to, and the female lead is so hot and cold and on and off that I wasn t sure if she was just looking to get her some before she was stuck in the middle of no where Unfortunately, this did not work for me, but that was mostly because Africa was unappealing, the male lead was missing entirely too much so that when he came back he was hit or miss, and the female lead was not someone I would even want to be friends with and I couldn t really find myself pulling for her I also didn t find their relationship compatible It felt as hot as an iceberg and as engaging as an insurance seminar Just two people that felt like they settled rather than truly fit together.A premise and a relationship that I just couldn t buy into. 5 STARS Fantastic Character Rich Romance with Depth and HeartThe one thing I always know when I read a book from Daisy Prescott is that I will get a beautiful, character rich romance for grown ups Daisy is a master writing relatable, everyday characters and exotic locales I experience how her characters grow and develop as well as become cocooned in her setting She a wonderful descriptive writer, and she takes the reader on the character s journey to not only find love, but also themselves This is the case for Selah, her heroine, who I met earlier as a secondary character in Geoducks are for Lovers, Daisy s first book in her Modern Love series.I adored that Daisy wrote about a different type of heroine one who is in her 40s, never married, confident in her career and has very few regrets in life The reader, as well Selah, thinks she has it all together, but as she meets Gerhard, we see the way she views life and relationships change very slowly Daisy reveals Selah s insecurities little by little as she goes on her journey of love in this book Daisy takes Selah out of her comfort zone in Portland, Oregon, where all of her support system is located and takes her to Amsterdam and Ghana during the progression of her romance There are a lot of metaphors to Selah s view on life and relationships in this book, and it was fun seeing the author place these little easter eggs for the reader to find In addition, Daisy has Selah experience new life experiences in Africa which are so wonderful to read Her experiences become a part of the story.Gerhard is a great hero too He is man full of contradictions, and we learn, along with Selah, not to judge a book by its cover Daisy created a very patient, and old world soul in this book He is the perfect ying to Selah s yang.If you love books where you like to explore the nature of a characters journey with love, this is a fantastic book to read Daisy has the reader experience sights, sounds and touch through her descriptive writing A truly beautiful story filled with humor, emotion and wonder A true gem. I had the previlege to read this book s ARC And yeahBut trust me not this kind of Missionary Position you ll find reading this book Daisy takes us to a beautiful journey of self discovering where Selah, the sexy friend of Maggie from Geoducks are For Lovers, finds love.You ll also travel through Ghana during this journey discovering a beautiful world of friendship and amazing sights And we also have Kai, the hot Dutch who will find his way into Selah s heart and probably yours too Yeah I get you Selah

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