Second of all, this book is FUNNY. Y’all know how much I hate it when a book promises to be funny and isn’t. This one DELIVERS. Some of the conversations (especially the text conversations) between Millie and her group of guy friends made me snort laugh.
The overall portrayal of modern dating was pretty hilarious, too. Made me pretty thankful that I’m an old married lady who isn’t trying to date right now. (Pretty sure I’d just chose to remain single if I wasn’t already married)
Now, did I get irritated with Reid for not realizing he was talking to Millie earlier in the story? Sure I did. But in his defense, up until that point, his relationship with Millie wasn’t the soul-baring kind, so I let go of my irritation and just sat back to enjoy the story. Did I get irritated with Millie for not admitting what she was up to earlier in the story? Sure I did. But, again, opening up wasn’t exactly Millie’s strong suit, so I let go of my irritation and just sat back to enjoy the story.
So, long-story-short, I suggest everyone download this one and start reading right away. Just sit back and enjoy the story, folks (it’s a theme...get it?). I can guarantee you’ll laugh until you snort.
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
It’s stigma free. No rehab needed!
Other reading suggestions
Read the entire Christina Lauren backlist. Don’t stop until you’re out of books. Then, come find me. We’ll talk.