Clever, cheeky, full of innuendo, Nuts is a delight to read. It's a great example of what amazing, FUN contemporary romance can be, with a heroine torn between family, career, small towns and big cities, and a hero who is a bit more settled in life. I really enjoyed Roxie's perspective. She's sassy and smart, she knows food (and the food details are divine), and she's in touch and confident in her own sexuality. The latter is especially refreshing with the current dialogue in blogging and other quarters about slut shaming - there's none of that in this book.
Roxie as narrator is quite breezy, and she tends to emphasize whatever she's fixated on at the moment. I found myself absorbing the words at a quick pace.
One of the MANY highlights of the book, for me, were the steamy moments. There's no rush toward sex, and once sex is on the table (ha ha ha), the flirtation and foreplay continues. I loved that the chemistry continues to simmer and sizzle through the entire book, even as bigger relationship questions take centre stage.
Definitely recommend this one!