Project Virgin by Megan Crane

Posted May 16, 2016 by Marsha in Contemporary Romance / 0 Comments

Project VirginTitle:  Project Virgin
Author:  Megan Crane
Genre:  Contemporary Romance
Published:  January 21, 2016
Publisher:  Tule Publishing
My Rating:  4 stars
Source:  NetGalley
Cover Description:

Maybe the worst idea she’s ever had is actually the best thing she could ever do…

Newbie lawyer Scottie Grey spent entirely too many years listening to her ex-fiancé’s lies. Now that she’s finally kicked that cheater out of her life, she wants to waste no time getting rid of the albatross around her neck: her virginity.

Damon Patrick is the worst possible candidate for the project. He’s too good-looking, too experienced. He’s too well known around San Francisco—mostly for his many sexual exploits.

He’s also kinda, sorta Scottie’s boss.

Damon is the worst man for the job imaginable… which might just make him the only one Scottie can imagine giving her virginity to after all.

Read on for my thoughts on Project Virgin.  No true spoilers, promise.

If you’re looking for a short, sexy, funny and even charming story to read over a lunch break or a stolen afternoon on the couch – then have I got a story for you in Project Virgin.  Yes, there is a kind of instant lust, (and really is it insta-lust when both characters are aware of each other – Scottie by way of the office grapevine knows of Damon’s sexy ways and if he hadn’t noticed her before, why did he comment on her missing engagement ring, hmm?) but I was okay with it, sometimes the emotions are going to rule the logical side of any female (or male for that matter).  We hear this story through Scottie’s voice and while I would have enjoyed hearing Damon’s side of the relationship, it certainly didn’t take away from the sexy, fun factors of this novella.

Scottie is a new lawyer, a bride in waiting when she discovers that the man she was supposed to marry, the jerk who insisted that they wait until their wedding night before getting physical so it would be “special” yet couldn’t keep from practicing with every female he came across.  He’s now history but Scottie is still that waiting virgin, one who cannot get rid of that particular “problem” fast enough.

A lesson in sending text messages – be aware of who is around you and could read your screen if you don’t want your business out there.  🙂

Damon is more than willing to help Scottie with her situation.  But he has plans, it won’t be the fast get it done with that Scottie might think she wanted.  No, if he’s to take her virginity then it’s going to be done right, sexy and a memorable experience, for them both.

Sit back and enjoy the sexy banter, some very interesting texts and watch two people take a chance on that insta-lust thing – who knows, it might turn out to be the best thing that ever happened to either of them for a lifetime.

I enjoyed Project Virgin and I think you would too.  Put aside any of that “I can’t stand insta-anything” mindset and go with the flow on this one.  Who says that that spark, that sense of knowing this is right can’t happen?  *wink*

*I received an e-ARC of Project Virgin from the publisher,, Tule Publishing and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. That does not change what I think of this novel.*

(my apologies to both the author, Megan Crane and the publishing house, Tule Publishing for the delay in getting this review out – unfortunately, life happened and chaos resulted for a few months)

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