NINE fabulous romantic comedy novels! Laugh-out-loud tales of rocket scientists, fake fiancees, mistaken identities, twins, billionaires, teachers, dog-walkers, sports stars, and one super-hot gynecologist.
"I laughed out loud so many times. It's sexy, it's hot, and it's fun!"
~ Vivian Perkins on WRONG
"...Julia Kent has once again brought the laugh until you cry scenes..." ~Avid Reader Book Reviews
"Pucked is a must read. LOL funny, sigh inducing swoony and fanning myself sexy. All the stars!" ~USA Today Bestselling author Daisy Prescott
Grab these awesome standalone romantic comedies all in one set >
TRUTH OR BEARD by Penny Reid
PUCKED by Helena Hunting
SWEET ON THE GREEK by Talia Hibbert
WRONG by Jana Aston
SHOPPING FOR A BILLIONAIRE’S FIANCEE by Julia Kent
SCREWMATES by Kayti McGee
REMEDIAL ROCKET SCIENCE by Susannah Nix
MISS FIX-IT by Emma Hart
MOST ELIGIBLE BILLIONAIRE by Annika Martin
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Shopping for a Billionaire's Fiancee by Julia Kent
I loved getting the chance to see this circus from Declan's point of view. I'm not totally sure if that's what really goes on in a man's mind, but I kinda hope it is. Wow, it's pretty hot in there. For a man so used to being in complete control of everything that goes on around him, it's almost heartbreaking to watch Declan's beautiful, carefully planned proposal go right out the window even though I'm laughing so hard I can't breathe. In spite of their families' best (or is it worst?)
Remedial Rocket Science by Susannah Nix
It's quirky, witty, funny, a little bit sassy, and a whole lot awkward - just like the best nerd-girl heroines. Even though most of the hoops Melody and Jeremy had to jump through were of their own making, it was so much fun watching them figure out what they were doing with their lives and what to make of this "friendship" between them. Their first meeting might have been a one-night stand, but I really appreciated that their relationship developed out of a friendship. I loved that both Melody and Jeremy have their vulnerabilities, which they pretty much only show to each other. Jeremy is the moneyed playboy but in spite of making some colossally bad decisions he never comes across as a jerk. Melody has the stereotypical social awkwardness of the uber-smart, so I especially like it that this was never used as a reason to bully her. In fact, all of the people around her are strangely sweet and likeable. I say "strangely" because I don't imagine that's very typical for the section of LA society portrayed in this book. And those people around her? They're complex and fascinating and it makes me want to read more about them.