Satisfaction Guaranteed | Karelia Stetz-Waters | Book Review

Satisfaction Guaranteed is such a delightful LGBTQ romantic comedy. The last thing Cade Elgin expects to inherit a house and a failing sex shop from her deceased Aunt but suddenly she is called from her life in NYC to Portland, Oregon for exactly that. She is not the only one who has inherited though. Her Aunt Ruth has spilt the inheritance between her and a local young sex educator Selena Mathis.

Cade and Selena are about as opposite as they can get. Where Cade is straight laced, Selena is fun and easy and where Selena is artistic and sex positive, Cade is formal and professional. It is a bit of a bumpy road but they agree to work together in honor of Aunt Ruth to try and save the failing sex shop. Cue the awkward moments, sweet moments, and unfortunate misunderstandings that occur as they are getting to know each other and their business model.

Satisfaction Guaranteed follows the opposites attract trope perfectly but also shows that people have layers beyond what it initially shown. I loved getting to know these characters and watching as they grew together and took risks for themselves. I also really enjoyed how body positive and sex positive this book was! The discussion of and exploration of female pleasure is done in wonderfully informative way that is not usually shown in romance.

If you are a reader who enjoys sex positive romances Satisfaction Guaranteed will likely be right up your alleyway. As I mentioned, it is also really body positive, and there is a lot of discussion of female anatomy throughout. If these type of discussions make you uncomfortable, you may want to skip this one. But if you enjoy books where the main characters grow, find themselves, fall in love, and learn about sex, this may just be the book for you!

Rating: 4 Stars

**I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.**

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