[L] Sex Ed


Z.B. Heller



Release Date

May 31st, 2017



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Jaxson Dane is harboring a secret.

Not the fact that he’s a geeky comic book lover, or that he secretly draws his own comic, Bunny Fu Ninja Warrior. It’s not even classified information that he’s out and proud!

His secret is the shame that he’s a twenty-three-year-old virgin.

Jaxson isn’t waiting for marriage or even afraid of taking that step, he just hasn’t found the one guy who will accept all of his adorkable qualities. Due to an unfortunate mishap with a self-pleasuring apparatus and his favorite appendage, Jaxson meets Tyler Mason. The emerald-green-eyed nurse is a witness to the mortifying incident, leaving Jaxon both grateful and disappointed in their one-time meeting.

And then Tyler somehow shows up at Jaxon’s family dinner.

The very dinner at which Jaxson’s hidden virginity is revealed to everyone, including the captivating nurse.

Even though he secretly found the ER situation hilarious, Tyler is also able to look past it to see Jaxson’s genuine nature and is drawn to the charming and hapless comic book artist. He’s tempted to pursue the inexperienced Jaxson, but a recent and life-altering decision puts a damper on his wants and desires. However, the more time they spent together, the more willing he is to take the risk of juggling his new commitments and winning Jaxon’s affections.

A large, insane, and meddlesome family, two prying co-workers, and a sexy nurse are all trying to give Jaxson a crash course in Sex Ed. Will he pass?



Book Cover

  • Doesn't fit the story


  • Read all at once (normal)


  • Jaxson and Tyler were perfect

Character Depth

Mood Upon Completion


  • Could use a better editor

Sex Scenes


  • There is a fine line between hilariously over the top and annoying, and Jaxson's family was just annoying*

Emotional Depth

Content Warnings

*A few good quips here and there, but I found myself skipping pages and just wishing they would go away already. The way they constantly argued, wouldn’t leave Jaxson alone, and told his private business to practically anyone who listened was off-putting. For example, I think the Tell Me it’s Real series by TJ Klune had what I considered to be a perfect balance of awkwardly cute couple with quirky family and friends. There were also a few typos, but overall this book was off the mark for me.

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