And now for the stuff that irked me a bit:
All that said, it certainly wasn’t the worst thing I’ve ever read. Hell, it’s not even the worst thing I’ve read THIS WEEK. It was mildly entertaining and I finished it, which is huge, considering my reading luck lately. So, for those of you looking for light romantic comedy (and for those of you who don’t mind overlooking a bunch of minor editing errors), this one might be worth a read. But if you’re a grumpy old lady like me, you’ll want to steer clear.
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
The premise crushes it. But the quality...doesn’t really help matters any, which makes it fall firmly into the “meh” category.
Other reading suggestions
Don’t give up on the author based on my review. I don’t intend to. Try Being Brooke. Or, for another light romantic comedy, try The Foxe and the Hound by RS Grey. You can check out our 5-star review here.