Co-WRECKER (The Binghamton Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I loved the characters in this book. They, themselves, were pretty well developed. The downside for me was I didn't really feel their connection. While I was rooting for them, I just couldn't feel the attraction. Sadie didn't give enough of inner-fight. She caved too soon. I needed more angst between these two.
The story is a good one. The supporting characters helped a lot. I enjoyed them. They added that extra something most books need to keep them moving along in at an enjoyable pace.
"He is the most ridiculous man I have ever met. Adorably ridiculous."
So, when I read the blurb for Co-Wrecker, I was instantly all in. I mean, hello! Hot nerd! From Meghan Quinn?? Oh yes, I’ll take that right now, thank you. It was everything I’d hoped it would be. The humor was hilarious and multifaceted, shifting between slap-sticky type moments to witty sarcasm effortlessly. The love story was complex, and while this was a light read, this couple, the heroine particularly, had some serious things to overcome on their way to happily ever after, and this is what Meghan Quinn does so well. She’s stealthy, sneaking in a deep, moving and hard-won love story within the pages of a light, breezy humor heavy story. It was unexpected, and the feels Co-Wrecker invoked in me often took me by surprise in the very best of ways.
"He's a four-leaf clover in a field of weeds; you don't let men like him slip through your fingers."
Andrew was a dream guy, point blank. The guy was perfect with his glasses and his quirks. Kind, patient, sweet and romantic, but don’t you be fooled, good ol’ Andrew could be forceful and dominant when he needed to be. Sadie had the weight of the world on her overburdened shoulders. Mired so deep within her own life’s tragedies, failures and mistakes, she nearly missed out on the love of a lifetime.
Co-Wrecker was so much more than just a simple romantic comedy. There was real and genuine love that needed to be fought for in the midst of all the witty banter, seriously steamy sex and moments of hilarity. I loved this book so, so much. Meghan Quinn's Co-Wrecker gets five smooches from me!
~ Danielle for Red Cheeks Reads
“…that’s the problem with shame. Shame doesn’t like company. Shame’s not something that likes to be shared.”
Meghan Quinn’s ability to make me laugh holds no bounds, this author just has to type the word “the” and I’m laughing…seriously though, Meghan Quinn is just a natural when it comes to romantic comedy. After reading Co-Wrecker I will never look at baseboards, a marriage proposal, liberal Europeans, ice-cream and bats without bursting out laughing, seriously I had floods of tears, but tears from hysterical laughter. This was the perfect book at the perfect time, laughs were desperately needed and Meghan Quinn more than delivered.
“She lost her socks. Couldn’t find them.”
“Oh yeah? ...Did you search her vagina well enough? Or are you going to take a second look?”
I love a geek, especially a glasses wearing geek, I was one…once…but nowhere near as attractive or outgoing as Andrew. Despite his passion for calculators, Derek Jeter and Tron our Andrew has personality. Andrews personality was infectious, his innate wit and comedic timing was perfect and the dialogue was sincere yet cheeky. I loved everything about Andrew, there was nothing to hate, he was the kind of character that you just click with, he rubs off on you, in all the right ways (wink wink).
“He’s kind, sweet, handsome, smart, and has a good head on his shoulders. He’s a four-leaf clover in a field of weeds; you don’t let men like him slip through your fingers.”
Sadie is a woman that came from a rough background yet made the most of it. Sadie was extremely intelligent, was valedictorian, got a scholarship to Cornel…until she gave it up. Sadie had her reasons and now she finds herself just existing. Sadie has lost her smiles, lost her personality and has turned into a bristly, cough syrup drinking, sour puss that needs to find her true self once again.
“Within twenty-four hours, he’s firmly placed himself in my life when I believed there were no vacancies.”
Andrew and Sadie’s paths cross when Andrew takes a summer job at the restaurant where Sadie works. Training newbies is Sadie’s idea of hell, even if they are decent eye candy. While there is plenty of candy in the toppings they find themselves using every day, the only candy these two are interested in is each other. Sadie has baggage, trust issues and is closed off. Andrew is persistent, compassionate, understanding but sometimes that is not enough, sometimes tough love is the only love.
“I love you, Andrew, but you’ve never been able to be just friends with a girl. You always hand over your heart.”
Andrew and Sadie were perfect for one and other, they complemented one and other but Andrew was far from a settler, he didn’t want a piece of Sadie, he wanted all of her. I adored Andrew for forcing Sadie to love herself first and foremost, to sort herself and her issues out. Meghan Quinn delivers a book littered with some fantastic side characters that all had their parts to play. I loved Tucker and he was another guy with a huge heart and I would love to see him get his happy ever after, the guy deserves it.
In summary, this was a cute, swoon-worthy romance that was light on angst and huge in heart. Hilarious in places and sensitive when needed. Another winner from Meghan Quinn.