First of all, Knox is going on my list of all-time great book boyfriends. While the blurb lead me to believe he’s a manwhore, he totally isn’t. He’s sweet and compassionate while still managing to be hot and alpha, funny without trying too hard, and self-deprecating, which you just don’t see enough of in romance heroes. He also breaks just about every stereotype out there by being a hot male librarian who avidly reads and recommends romance novels to his patrons. He also runs a romance blog, loves kids, and has a great relationship with both his mother and his grandmother. He’s a romance novel hero unicorn, y’all—practically perfect in every way and I ADORED him.
Parker is a good heroine, too. She’s maybe not as awesome as Knox, but, hey, who is? Her inner dialogue and the nervous chatter she sometimes spouted cracked me up. Her insecurity might have gotten on my nerves at certain points, but I was able to overlook it, because her teenage years really were terrible, and the root of her insecurity actually made perfect sense.
Other random stuff I loved:
So, long-story-short, this was a light, fun, hilarious rom com that I can’t recommend highly enough. I laughed until I about hurt myself, and Knox is grade-A book boyfriend material. You can 1-click this one with confidence.
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
It kicks the crap out of the romance stigma! No rehab needed.
Other reading suggestions
I’ll probably check out the author’s backlist, frankly.
And if your Kindle is still hungry for more yummies...
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