Rachel Reviews – Wet by Ruth Clampett

Rachel Reviews – Wet by Ruth Clampett





Synopsis 1


Hi Everyone, my name is Paul and I’m a recovering sex addict. I’ve been managing my addiction for two years.

Paul McNeill loves sex.  Good sex. Bad sex. Oral sex.  Any kind of sex.  You name it; he loves it.  But Paul’s biggest passion is his greatest flaw.  As a recovering sex addict, he’s been abstaining and managing his addiction for over two years.  Now, all the wants is to fall in love and find that certain someone he can settle down with.

But when he finds himself on his knees on Elle Jacoby’s damp lawn, he knows there’s going to be trouble.  Elle quickly becomes Paul’s biggest challenge yet.  She’s instantly set him ablaze while he begs to be hosed down. As he gets to know her more, the flames burn even hotter.

How can he resist a hot divorcee who’s amped up to have all the fun she’s missed?

Warning: for mature audiences only. If you don’t like graphic sex, sex talk and curse words in books this story isn’t for you.









As a fan of Ruth Clampett, when I heard this book was coming I knew I would be reading it. When I read the synopsis I was sold. But when I actually read it………I was blown away. This book was so not what I expected. It was freaking amazing.

“Oh, the irony! You are a reformed sex addict and I am sex starved. What a cruel world this is.”

The story never quite went where you thought it would. The zig zagging kept me glued to the pages. It was refreshing to read a story that while yes it’s a romance it’s not your typical romance. Not that a recovering sex addict and a horny divorcee could possibly be typical anything, but the love story of Paul and Elle unfolds in an unusual manner that’s for sure. But by the end of the book you will be so damn glad you read the book that you will be recommending to everybody.

Paul will be the hero that your girlfriends will be fighting over to claim. I think he has to be my favourite book boyfriend of the year so far. When you read Wet you will understand why I would be ready to throw down over him.

“Oh damn, Elle, you’re so beautiful.” She lets out a long sigh. “You’re beautiful, too. If you’re half as amazing in bed as you’re good looking, I’m never going to let you go.”

As for Elle, I want to be her when I grow up. Seriously! I adored Elle from the first time she appears on the page to the last. She goes through so much during this book but she never loses who she really is. Sassy, smart and strong. Three things a good heroine needs.

These two characters will have you laughing, hot, maybe shedding a tear or two, cheering for them and of course falling head over heels for them. I’m trying so hard to remain spoiler free, but what I will say is that if there is any literary couple that are made for each other then these two are it.

Its lines like this that had me cracking up. This is when Paul is reading Elle’s smutty romances.

“Have you ever tried to rip off a pair of panties? It’s not like they just pull apart. Those things are sewn to stay together, and I gave a girl a skin burn once trying to yank off that lacey shit.”

This is a book that once you start you will not want to put down. So find a comfy spot and dive in. Get Wet, you won’t be sorry you did.






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About the Author 1


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Ruth Clampett, daughter of legendary animation director Bob Clampett, grew up surrounded by artists and animators. A graduate of Art Center College of Design, she has been VP of Design for Warner Brothers Studio Stores and taught photography at UCLA. Today she runs her own studio and as the Fine Art publisher for Warner Brothers Studios has come to know and work with some of the world’s greatest artists in the fields of animation and comics.

From this colorful background comes Ruth’s first novel, Animate Me, a fun and sexy, unique and engaging contemporary romance.

Ruth lives and works in Los Angeles, strictly supervised by her teenage daughter, who helps plan their summer around their yearly pilgrimage to the San Diego Comic Con.




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