Boycotts and Barflies

Posted May 11, 2015 by The Book & Alcohol Girls in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

Boycotts & Barflies
After an endless string of bad dates and a generally pathetic love life, Grace Park and her friends decide to boycott men for six weeks. With a fantastic pair of shoes on the line for the woman who makes it to the end without breaking any rules, the competition gets fierce. Sparks fly a few days into the bet when Grace and her friends cross paths with a sexy bartender named Michael Andris who happens to have a little bet of his own going with his friends.... In this hilarious debut novel, Victoria Michaels brings us a colorful and relatable cast of characters. She sends them on a sweet and sexy escapade as they sidestep one booby trap after another, manage the best of misguided intentions, and exert a whole lot of willpower and self control as they race down the path to true love. Winning isn't everything...or is it?
Pages: 398
Published by Omnific Publishing Genres: Fiction, General, Romance

“Stay away from her. Don’t look at her; don’t even think about her. If she appears to you in your dreams, wake up and punch yourself in the face for me.” 

This is a light and funny RomCom. If you are in the mood for sweet and cheesy, this is your book. I personally loved it! It was a perfect after a long day. The characters were endearing and the story had a wonderfully unrealistic and sugary HEA.

There is not much of a steam factor in this book, but it wasn’t about that.

I loved the friendships in this story. The guys were hilarious and the girls were fun. The cheesy part comes from them all being completely compatible for one another and a few other “coincidences”. None of this was a problem for me. Like I said, it was a romcom. And the lightness of the story was just what I needed.

“Is that really so much to ask? One sexy, gorgeous, mentally stable, gainfully employed guy with an amazing personality, that doesn’t smell like mothballs or live with his mother?” 

I laughed a lot. I smiled a lot. Completely angst-free and full of wit.

“There is nothing more wonderful than falling in love.” 

3.5 stars. The extra .5 just for making me feel good. And serve it up with a big bottle of merlot.

Purchase Link – Boycotts & Barflies


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