Book Review: Free Flesh by Daya Daniels

Title: Free Flesh

Author: Daya Daniels

Publication Date: November 30, 2017



At forty years old, Callie finds herself lonely and feeling out of sorts. After finding the telephone number of a much younger man who guarantees a night of raw, no strings attached sex for a fixed fee, she becomes addicted to his services.

Austen has a plan for his future and catching feelings for one of his “customers” isn’t in it, but he finds he just can’t help himself.

The pair are polar opposites who eventually find themselves helplessly drawn to each other.

Love is complicated. It’s never straightforward. Love has no rules. Right?

WARNING: This novel contains strong language and strong sexual content. Intended for 18+ years.

Five ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ stars from Ari

This was my introduction to author Daya Daniels and what a way to meet! Free Flesh is a story that has a little bit of everything and lots of feels and definitely worth picking up.

Callie and Austen take us on a ride that shows us that love doesn’t have a clear cut path. Sometimes life takes us on a detour mid-trip and we just have to keep going and hope we end up where we need. Austen isn’t your normal hero. He’s complex and broken, but so damn hot and swoon worthy. I just wanted to fix him and make out with him. Callie was also a complicated character, but she’s fiercely strong. Together they make up for what the other is missing. Their connection is strong and chemistry intense.

Free Flesh is emotional, beautiful, thought-provoking, and yes, deliciously steamy too. An atypical love story that makes you feel each emotion like it’s your own and keeps you glued to each word. Five stars for Daya Daniels.


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