Get frisky with the sizzling new standalone romantic comedy from USA Today bestselling author, Lila Monroe!
Noah Hathaway is infuriatingly hot, annoyingly charming… and my new room-mate?! This pet-sitting gig was supposed to be a vacation from drama, but that was before the hunky guy in the pool-house started sticking his nose (and his annoyingly chiseled abs) in my business.
I’m looking for Mr. Right, not Mr. Most Likely to Sneak Out of Bed (And Steal Your Breakfast Pop Tart On the Way Out the Door), so despite the red-hot sparks between us, I’m determined to stay away. But when one little party gets way out of hand, we’re suddenly both on the wrong side of trouble. Unless we can come up with ten thousand dollars in the next three weeks, we’re screwed. And not just when it comes to the adorable pooches.
With the clock ticking, we have no choice but to team up and embark on a madcap scheme to save our asses - with the help of a few furry friends. But with the chemistry between us reading Defcon-69, can I keep my hands (and heart) to myself? Or will this pup-tastic scheme leave us both in the doghouse?
Find out in the latest hot and hilarious rom-com from “the queen of romantic comedy”, Lila Monroe!
The Chick Flick Club Series:
1. How to Choose a Guy in 10 Days
2. You’ve Got Male
3. Frisky Business
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Review: Chick Flick Club 3: Frisky Business
Frisky Business by Lila Monroe is the third book in her standalone romantic comedy series, Chick Flick Club. As a reader and reviewer I know what authors I can read and never be disappointed and Lila Monroe is definitely in that elite group. Funny and quirky characters, with an ensemble case of secondary characters we have met before (this is the third book after all) and a meeting of two complete opposites that manages to scorch the pages even while their plans are tumbling down around their head. Eve and Noah are flawed, funny, a little frustrating at times and the essential ingredients for this latest batch of awesome from a fave author. Enjoy!
Frisky Business by Lila Monroe is one of the most entertaining, page flipping, hands-down, rom-coms of 2019. Ms. Monroe is spot on with her wit and snarky comments written into her characters. I swear you will be laughing out loud and learning to one-click every book that she has written.
Her story of Eve, looking for her soulmate and Mr. Right, and Noah, the not Kyle, she met while waiting for her “swipe right” date. Needless to say, comments are thrown around since he doesn’t believe in soulmates; only one-night stands. She thinks she’s seen the last of him until he shows up living in the pool house of the house where she is dog sitting. What could possibly go wrong in this scenario, right?
Unfortunately, a mishap occurs, and these two adults need to find a way to correct the incident before the couple owning the place return. Read along on their adventure to earn money, delve more into the physical chemistry being zipped around, and maybe just maybe realizing who they are meant to be with in the end because there really is such a thing as soulmates.
Lots of laughs
This is the third and last book in the Chick Flick Club series that centers around friends Gemma, Zoey and Eve. While Eve’s friends have found their happily ever after both personally and professionally, Eve is floundering. Eve is living in a Frat/sorority house, that is pretty disgusting, but it is all she can afford. She doesn’t have a full time gig, house/pet sitting and volunteering at a local animal shelter. Even her love life is going nowhere. She meets Noah, mistaking him for her on-line date Kyle, he flirts then infuriates her. Of course, in walks the real Kyle (and a disastrous date). Eve figures she will never see not-Kyle again. Since this a RomCom, Eve happens to get a house/pet sitting gig in a mansion, and guess who is living in the pool house. One house party later and a broken expensive tchotchke, they have to work together to replace it. Like all of Lila Monroe’s books, this is full of laughs and wonderful characters. This was a fun, quick read. I was given an ARC of this book from the author for my fair and honest review.