1. an utterly calamitous situation
2. mismanagement for the ages
3. something very difficult no one wants to deal with
4. Rob Hansen
Rob was single.
That hadn’t been the plan. But it turned out that his plan wasn’t immune to car accidents. It couldn’t stave off death, couldn’t stop bad things from happening.
Now Carmella—his wife, his best friend, the other half of his heart—was gone. And she’d been gone long enough for the tendrils of loneliness to creep in, for him to risk dipping his toe back into the dating world. The only problem was that dating was a hell of a lot different in this world than when he’d been in college.
He wasn’t good at apps and profiles, his banter skills were rusty, and his flirting . . . well, some might say it was atrocious.
Then came high, high heels.
Then came a sharp voice with an impressive repertoire of curse words.
Then came a woman who was definitely not Carmella . . . but who might be the possibility of something more.
learning to love again
Dumpster Fire was such a good read. I loved the characters & I thought the author did such a good job of creating their love story.
This is not a light & easy love story, both Rob & Sophie had a lot of baggage. Watching them grow & learn to move on was uplifting & encouraging.
This can be read as a stand alone.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.