Got Me Going (Vet Shop Boys #5) by Casey Cox

Got Me Going was chock full of laughs and accidental innuendos that had me cracking up for most of the book. Tyler was everything I expected, but he was also so much more!

From the blurb:

Can a veterinarian lose his V-card before turning twenty-five? Oh, one hun p he can!

On the surface, I'm super sassy and just a little bit extra. But underneath, I'm hiding a painful secret from my past and one hugely embarrassing problem in my present—I'm still a…I'm still a…Dammit, I can't even get it out.

Let's just say it starts with V and ends in irgin.

Daly's the new barista, and he takes Thirsty Thursdays to a whole new level. He's drop-dead gorgeous with a sexy shaved head, ocean-blue eyes, and an insane smile that lights me up whenever he aims it my way. He's also kind, friendly, and interesting. In other words, the perfect guy to be my first time.

A night of too much coconut tequila leads to us making a drunken pact. Daly will help me with my V-status issue, but he adds a caveat. We have to get to know each other first. Then, and only then, can the physical stuff happen.

It sounds simple enough. But the more I get to know him, the more I realize what we have is more than just a physical attraction. We share a connection. We like the same things. And stupidly, I've gone ahead and caught feelings for the guy.

This was never meant to be anything more than just a physical thing, so why has Daly got me going out of my mind the way he does?

Jacqueleen the Reading Queen's Review:

Got Me Going was one hun p the cutest thing ever. It was also the longest damn foreplay I have read in awhile. I'm talking we don't get past the edging until 90% in. Most of the book is spent in perpetual UST, but in between that are some really sweet moments. I loved getting to know Tyler better. Underneath all his sarcasm he has such a kind and soft heart. I wanted to wrap him in a blanket burrito and snuggle him to death while surrounded by adorable dogs cuddling on all sides. He was that precious.

Daly is no slouch in the good human department either. He was a brave, sweet man and I absolutely enjoyed every moment of his character growth in the story. A lot of said growth can be attributed to none other than our beloved Tyler. Don't get me wrong, Daly did the work himself, but it helps when you have someone who truly cares about you to lean on. Someone to tell your worries to who can help carry or even relieve that burden. Tyler was all that and more.

Of course there were plenty of laughs and cameos from our favorite past MCs. It wouldn't be a Vet Shop Boys book without some antics going on with this crew. I don't think I will ever look at a hole puncher without laughing again. I totally love this world Casey Cox has created and I am hoping her hints about a certain baker mean he is getting a book of his own. Could he be one of the MCs in Got Me Merry? Book 6 is slated for a December release, so I guess we'll find out sometime before then!

Rating: 4 Stars

SNi'k's Review:

Fifth in series (Vet Shop Boys), can be read as a standalone but more fun if read in order as there is a shared secondary cast. Hurt/comfort. Slow burn. Dual POV. 

A mutual crush has bakery owner Daly and veterinarian Tyler slowly become friends with an agreement for more later. Along the way in getting to know each other both men share past personal histories as well as how they are each struggling professionally. 

Both Daly and Tyler support each other as they each come to terms with their individual needs and overcome past insecurities. 

Some really sweet and funny moments are shared between them and the build to a deeper relationship is slow and steady as they find happiness together. 

There is a lot of introspection with lovely writing and of course immense support from the series previous cast of characters. Readers that appreciate seeing feelings and trust develop over time will enjoy this story.

Rating: 4 Stars

Heather's Review:

Got Me Going is kind of a misnomer... since it's probably one of the slowest slow burn romances I've read in a long while... but it is a wonderful fluffy read with a little mutual pining, some personal growth and introspection and lots of adorable animals..

A few things were a little far fetched and that made me pause a few times, but if you go in expecting slow and sweet, good communications and building trust you won't be disappointed.

Rating: 4 Stars

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