Antonella “Nell” Bennett is having the worst day of her life.
Long-term boyfriend broke up with her? Check.
Drove through the pouring rain to a small roadside restaurant, only to be told all the tables were reserved for “Couples Night”? Check.
Definitely no longer one half of a couple? Check.
So maybe she got a little heated with the restaurant’s host, and maybe her voice carried a bit as she lamented—loudly—that she’s never anyone’s “plus-one.” At least an attractive stranger comes to her rescue, inviting her to be seated with him, and when it turns out to be one of the best nights she’s had in a while, even ending in an innocent kiss that becomes anything but? Check please.
Fast forward a week, and Nell’s rant has gone viral. Sure, her tiny hometown of Arbor Bay is collectively buzzing over their latest Internet celebrity, but Nell’s no stranger to attention. Drama seems to follow her whether she likes it or not.
But even she never expected to show up to work only to discover her brand-new boss is a very familiar face…
Each book in the Accidentally Viral series is STANDALONE:
* Fake It Till You Make It
* Like a Boss
Fate Brings You Together
A sweet romantic comedy that is captivating with laugh out loud moments, an intriguing plot line and interesting characters. Nell is a southern woman who is not shy about giving her opinion and going above && beyond at her job. She has a fun support system with her brothers, sisters, parents, and best friend. Quinn is shy, reserved, and overwhelmed with his “new life” after a divorce, relocating to Arbor Bay for a job, and running into the woman he can’t get off his mind. But he isn’t shy about standing up for that woman!
Nell’s family is hilarious — from her sister setting her up on a blind date without her knowledge & while at girls night to her brother defending her honor & threatening to beat up a reporter and then her parents picking her up as she is on a “walk of shame” and then they tell her an interesting story about the way they really met.
I enjoyed the drama of “are they going to or are they not” and the back & forth of feelings between Nell and Quinn. Very relatable as I think many couples go thru the same thing where one or both of them aren’t sure what they want or keep changing their mind. The shenanigans Nell and Quinn have are so hilarious, especially chasing Wiggly in the rain.
This is the second book in the Accidentally Viral series and can be read as a complete standalone. I was invested in the story by the end of chapter one and couldn’t put the book down. This is also the first book I have read by Ms. Harper and I enjoyed her writing style so I plan to read the first book in the series, “Fake It Until You Make It”.
I received a complimentary copy of this book and am voluntarily giving an honest review