Karma Points is cursed. Cursed with a stupid name and the inability to lose her virginity. She’s on a mission to lose her virginity before she turns twenty if it’s the last thing she does.
One night, her good friend Eva brings her to an underground club where Karma meets a tattooed bouncer. He’s far from the clean-cut type she normally falls for, which makes her think this
finally might be the night she crosses the threshold of womanhood.
Excited, she goes home with the bouncer named Jax and as always, her dreams crash down once again. Jax cannot believe she is willing to give away her virginity to a stranger she met at a club. As the only son with five sisters and a widowed mom, he can’t morally go through with it, even though he’s never been more tempted in his life.
Unwilling to let her walk away he strikes a deal. Karma has to spend three weeks dating him and then decide if she wants to have sex or walk away.
I really have mixed emotions about this book.
On one hand, I wasn’t that impressed with the story because after reading the blurb of the book, you kinda already have an idea where it is going. On the other hand, I kept reading the book because I was hoping that something, just SOMETHING, would jump out and make this book shock me. Something that would catch me off guard and make the story stand out from all the other books like this. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case by the time I finished the book.
I really didn’t like Karma’s character. Throughout the whole book she acted like a spoiled girl, and that continued even at the end of the book. I do think that the relationship that she had with her father was a bit strange and very far-fetched as well. There is one scene in particular that I really can’t see any girl asking her father for advice with that topic, but she did.
I would really say that if you’re looking for a really easy read that won’t cause you to think too much, then you should really check this book out. But if you’re looking for something with a bit of “pizazz” then this wouldn’t be the book for you.