- File Size: 2757 KB
- Print Length: 201 pages
- Publication Date: November 19, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B016VQCFCM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #495,040 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Book Boyfriend Kindle Edition
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A new fan Christy Hilton-Hall
I loved the concept, with Travis being likened to the H of Beautiful Disaster. But I absolutely adored that Brent was the H.
Try this one, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
What would you do if you ran into your book boyfriend? Drool, scream, stare? If you are Kim you run!
Kim is a college student who is funny, clumsy and a little bit of a dork. When Kim runs into her book boyfriend along with his hot friend who Kim has a class with she literally falls on her face. Embarrassed Kim tries to stay away from Travis the hot MMA fighter and his equally hot friend Brent. But through a few funny chance encounters the three become fast friends. Soon Kim gets roped into a bet between Travis and Brent to find Travis a book girlfriend.
This was such a cute read. Poor Kim, I laughed out loud when she meets Travis and Brent. We all want to believe we could be funny, cute when meeting a real life book boyfriend but unfortunately that would probably not happen.
There is a little bit of a love triangle that had me worried about the close friendship that had formed between the three of them. You can tell who Kim should be with but it takes her brain awhile to catch up with her heart. And all three of them are so afraid of hurting each other once feelings are acknowledged you worry they will miss out on their HEA.
There wasn't any bed action but the story didn't need it. It was cute, quirky, an emotional read that was about love and more importantly friendship.
What would you do if you ran into a real life book boyfriend?
You might scream or maybe giggle.
You might play coy or maybe stare.
You might ask for a picture or maybe an autograph.
You might call your girlfriends or maybe post about it.
What did I do? I ran. Literally.
Kim was a typical college student with a splash of dorky, a dash of funny, and a pinch of clumsy…well, maybe more than a pinch. After making a fool of herself in front of her classmate Brent, and his friend, Travis, a dead-ringer for one her book boyfriends, she tried to stay away. But after a few hilarious chance encounters, they became fast friends.
And then came the bet. It was Travis versus Brent, but somehow Kim got roped in to help team Travis. He was supposed to find and woo his real life book girlfriend. What could go wrong with a couple of college kids and an innocent bet? Let the shenanigans and laughter ensue! And maybe add in a bit of friendship, fun and most definitely, love. (Amazon Blurb)
How many times does a group of ladies get together on facebook, on blogs or on chats and chat about who could represent their perfect book boyfriend and which book described him. I know I’ve had that same conversation with numerous friends, still do, and although I’m no closer to finding my book boyfriend, it doesn’t change the fact that they are popular and the personification of the type of man women fantasize about. How perfect is DC Renee’s novel where THE book boyfriend happens to be Kim’s classmate’s friend Travis – it was full of laughter, hilarious moments, banter and moments where you couldn’t help yourself but think ‘I wish it was me!’. This is the type of read that you can read over and over and never think it old, but rather, still find it entertaining no matter the age group. Quite frankly, I loved it and would recommend it to any reader who simply wants to escape reality, no matter for how long.
**Received a copy in exchange for an honest review. Read and reviewed by Kathleen for Alpha Book Club**
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Book Boyfriend had me laughing from the very first page with Kim's poor misfortunes and clumsiness!!!Read more