It's the chick flick, the rom-com of books. Bonus: several enjoyable X-rated sections. A fun romp!
All the talking to body parts. Really, who does that? I haven't been able to finish the book because I found it so annoying.
Book reviewer - PNR/UF Addict. Lover of make up and all things cute.
Caroline Reynolds is an up and coming interior designer. Her boss subleased out her old apartment to Caroline so the beginning of the book is Caroline moving in and getting a feel of her new surroundings. Imagine her surprise when a noisy neighbor starts having a late night wallbanging extravaganza. After several nights of this Caroline is finally fed up and goes to confront the rude guy next door.
Enter Simon Parker, a sexy photographer that likes his harem of ladies and loud wallbanging sessions. The duo have a hate at first sight type of relationship. But when Caroline attends her boss's party and sees Simon, she's forced to play nice. Even more so when her two lady friends have the hots of Simon's two friends.
Since the gang sort of paired off, Simon and Caroline decide a truce is in order. The unlikely duo slowly becomes friends and without realizing you see less and less of Simon's harem. I wasn't sure if he could actually maintain his new lifestyle to say the least.
I figured this book would be nonstop boinking but decided to give it a try anyway since I saw several good reviews for it from blogger friends. I'm so glad I gave it a try! The characters were enjoyable and the author's writing style had little bits of hilarious tossed in that made me giggle while listening in my car. I enjoyed the narrator a lot and hope to have her as the narrator for the next book in the series. I suggest this book if you want a dash of humor in your romance.
Heather Smith did an excellent job with putting sounds and impressions to the story. She made what was already funny hilarious.
In Search of the hiding "O"
I've had this issue with other audios when reading from my Kindle along while listening. The audio doesn't match the book. This one some entire sentences were changed. I have no clue if perhaps what the narrator is reading from is different from my Kindle eBook, or it's just the flow of the sentence for the narrator.