The premise is great...Carolyn hears her neighbor going at it with several different woman (hence the wall banging). It's a classic love-hate thing at first, with Carolyn being kind of disgusted by the beautiful manwhore. But there are so many far-fetched scenarios that I couldn't buy into the story at all. Two faucets, one in the kitchen and one in the bathtub, explode in two totally different rooms of Carolyn's apartment… for no apparent reason...right out of nowhere. They just start spouting water like a geyser. And when one of Mr.Wallbanger's women is sighted in the hall, Carolyn's cat goes crazy and attacks her, simply because he somehow senses that she is the women he heard meowing the night before during one of the wallbanging sessions. Wow, that's some cat!
I also didn't really feel the chemistry between the two main characters. Maybe it was because Simon (Mr. Wallbanger), never really seemed like he wanted her. The relationship seemed very one sided and that's something I can't abide in a romance novel. When the woman has to do the chasing, I lose interest. In the end, it was just kind of flat and familiar. By the time they finally got together I just didn’t care all that much.
This is a true romantic story with so much humor. I thought it was funny when reading it but so much better with the narrator. Simon and Caroline are such a funny loving couple and let's not forget Clive and Missing O. A must buy for sure!
The book is filled with whiny scenes of internal dialogue that wasn't needed.
I don't know if I can stand her voice.
I would of taken out all the scenes that made her "orgasm" a separate person, that was just creepy. I would of taken out anything that that talked about "my girls" because it was beyond annoying.
If you thought anything couldn't get more annoying than twilight or Fifty Shades, you were wrong. This book is worse. Do not waste your time or money. I have no clue how this book got published, but I'm shocked. I am happy say I didn't waste a credit on this, but I want my money back, this book was that bad.
It's the chick flick, the rom-com of books. Bonus: several enjoyable X-rated sections. A fun romp!