I finished The Knocked Up Plan hours ago and I’m still smiling! I consider myself to be a bit of a romantic comedy connoisseur, and this book has all the necessary elements to make it extraordinarily entertaining:
Category: Romantic Comedy
I wasn’t prepared for Hot Cop to be so entertaining, but man did I enjoy it. Laurelin Paige and Sierra Simone show they are an impressive pair in this amusing romance that is both enticingly erotic and delectably sweet at the same time.
The Foxe & the Hound by R.S. Grey was the perfect romantic comedy to charm me out of my rainy day funk.
911, I’ve got a situation. You see, what had happened was I was reading Dirty Rowdy Thing by Christina Lauren and my Kindle spontaneously combusted. Like, we’re talking flames shot out of that bad boy, and now my bedroom is covered in a thick cloud of smoke and my comforter is charred. In my defense, the book really should have come with some kind of warning about explosively erotic scenes so I would have had my fire extinguisher on hand. Just sayin’.
Long story short, Penny Reid has managed to enthrall me once again. Dating-ish comes armed with an adorkable couple, a tight-knit circle of friends (See what I did there?), and an abundance of romantic comedy charm.
Shacking Up is the first book I’ve read by Helena Hunting, and I picked a good one to start of with.
Sweet Filthy Morning After is like a quickie audiobook bonus chapter about the morning after that crazy night in Vegas detailed in Sweet Filthy Boy. There are no earth shattering revelations, but it’s nice to have Ansel’s perspective. He’s every bit as sweet and idealistic as you’d expect. The audiobook is so short (30 minutes) that I’m not sure it’s worth buying. However, I borrowed it for free from Hoopla Digital and enjoyed it.
Alice Clayton returns to the delightful upstate New York town of Bailey Falls in this third installment of her Hudson Valley series. Her writing has always appealed to me, and once again I found myself wrapped up in a sweet love story.