Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, he’s a pretentious, obnoxious, womanizing jacka** who thinks the world revolves around him. He wouldn’t be wrong. A famous soccer player, his skills on and off the field have won him medals, trophies, women, and the cover of every heartthrob magazine in the country. He’s broken nearly every bone in his body and a few hearts along the way, including mine—his stepsister—and lived to tell about it. One night changed everything, and I’ve avoided him like the plague ever since. Just long enough to finish college, to bury the hurt, and to outrun the memories. But now that’s all changed. I’m back, and there’s no more running. My hands are supposed to be my livelihood, but now they’re my curse. Levi’s reckless ways have landed him in a sticky situation, and his father has given me an offer I can’t refuse. One month, and all I have to do is put my hands on his body. Easier said than done. The problem is, even though I know it’s bound to bite me in the a**, I can’t bring myself to say no to the s.o.b.
I am not going to lie, the whole step-sibling romance is a guilty pleasure of mine, I know a lot of readers aren’t huge fans of this genre and automatically think that its taboo, when in reality it really isn’t. Add into the mix a cocky or real asshole type hero and for some reason I am hooked each and every time. S.O.B. definitely doesn’t disappoint on that, not one bit. For some reason S.O.B. is standing out more so than some of the recent step-sibling books that I have read lately. Maybe it is because there is more than what you see on the surface, or that it is a second chance romance type of book, but I over all I really enjoyed this one.
I won’t lie though, there was more than one occasion that I wanted to slap both of these characters in the back of their heads and just scream stop being an idiot. I may have looked at my husband once or twice and called him an ass when Levi would piss me off. I did love Levi though, even when I wanted to do bodily harm to his character.
If you are a step-sibling romance fan like myself, I think this is one you will really enjoy. I know I did.