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Publisher Description

If you enjoy the laugh out loud romantic comedies of Tara Sivec, you will love Seriously Messed Up. A hilarious new comedy from the author of Friends With Partial Benefits

Eli Stevens has everything going for him. Married and successful, he's moving in the right direction, when suddenly his world shifts on its axis and he desperately needs to escape... After saving a pop star's life, he's given every man's fantasy as a thank you--a beach house and two incredibly hot women.

Needing a getaway of her own, jaded and newly divorced, Anne Martin takes off to her Tampa beach house. Hoping to relax and heal the wounds left by her cheating ex-husband, she's looking forward to peace and serenity away from men. 

Or so she thinks... 

But just as Eli's threesome fantasy nearly comes to fruition, he meets Anne-- an unexpected surprise, and that's when things get SERIOUSLY MESSED UP.

This is a full-length STANDALONE sexy romantic comedy with an HEA and NO CLIFFHANGER.

March 14
Luke Young Books
Luke Young Books

Customer Reviews

Tori718 ,

Seriously Messed Up

I voluntarily read an advance copy of this book and loved it! Tons of laughs as well and jaw dropping events. As always a sexy fun read!!!

Dr. Beth ,

Another sexy, fun & hilarious book from Luke Young!

I happily read an advanced copy of this book, as I have enjoyed all of the author's past books. This one was quite entertaining and hilarious like his others. It started a little slow and seemed to really jump around for about the first third of the book. But once all the characters came together it turned into just what I would expect from a Luke Young book. Following Anne and Eli in their journey from failed marriages was filled with trouble and extraordinary situations for Eli and the ups and downs you would expect after finalizing a divorce for Anne. But those secondary characters of Savannah, Angela and Chloe really helped with the storyline.
The prologue doesn't add much to the story except some background mindset prior to Anne's diverse. There were some funny exchanges in it, but it just prolonged getting to the good part of the story.
As always, when I read one of Luke's books, I found myself literally laughing out loud. (So I know not to read them in public! I get too many weird looks! Made that mistake once.) But I love when a book can do that! You don't find that very often with books, but every single time with his!
I guess my only criticism would be that the beginning seemed quite convoluted getting to the "meat" of the story. It was worth it in the end though. And the EMT's "Clifford" comment makes the whole book worth it's! Thanks for another great read Luke!

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