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Kissing Frogs Paperback – June 26, 2015
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Amooi has become one of the writers I follow, even though Romance is not my favorite genre. This is the third comedy in a row that I've read from him, and I've given them all 5 stars in my reviews. His books leave me wanting more stories like these. Congrats Mr. Amooi, you can be proud of this new story. I will recommend it to everyone I know.
After being submerged in thrillers for two weeks I needed a change, I needed to read something fun, cute and sweet and lucky for me I had just the perfect book, Kissing Frogs by Rich Amooi.
Geography teacher Sara Larson is not only happy that school is over, she also happy with her new house. Two months of vacations awaits her and she plans to sleep in everyday, but her neighbor has other plans for her. He is a sculptor who likes to start the day early, too early for Sara’s taste.
Sara can’t believe she is being awakened with a ruckus at seven in the morning on a Sunday. Even her poor dog Kili is missing her sleep. With no other option, she goes next door to ask her new neighbor to keep it quiet. What Sara wasn’t expecting was the nice specimen of a man that opened the door. After the confrontation, Sara perplexedly returns to her house. Her new neighbor, Ian, is not only hot as hell; he is also fun and smart. Sara knows she is in trouble, because after her last experience she promised herself never to date a neighbor again. She won’t succumb to Ian’s charms, even now that she’s desperate to find a date to go to her nemesis’ wedding in a month’s time, for that she has online dating.
Ian likes his new crabby neighbor. She is beautiful, funny and the chemistry between them is something they can’t deny. He knows she doesn’t date neighbors, but he is willing to do everything in his power to make her break her rule because he knows they are good together.
I liked Sara, she was a beautiful person and a great friend. After learning about her past it was easy to understand why she didn’t want to date her neighbor. Seeing her experience with online dating was incredibly entertaining.Read more ›
Sara just moved to Silicon Valley where she got a job as a middle school geography teacher. Since she’s on summer break, she’s got more than enough time to continue her search for a respectable man to date. You’d think there’d be plenty of decent men to choose from with her being a young beautiful single woman in Silicon Valley, but she’s got terrible luck with men and hasn’t managed to find anyone worth a second date. Then her sexy new neighbor comes into play when she realizes that her former high school friend [rival] is getting married in less than a month and she needs to find a date that will make everyone jealous. In an attempt to ignore her irritating [yet sexy] neighbor Ian, Sara tries her hand at online dating to find a suitable date for the wedding to wow Tiffany. One after another, the men that Sara goes out on dates with just keep getting worse!!! While trying online dating, Sara’s been strolling through the dating pond with a bunch of frogs when all she wants to do is date the frog next door that just might turn out to be a prince.
This was a charming and hilarious story about love. One of the main themes in the novel is about falling in love and not succumbing to what anyone else thinks by staying true to what you know is right. Another important theme was about following your heart and pursuing your passions, and not letting anyone tell you you’re not worthy and that you’re wasting your time. You don’t always have to choose the safe path, sometimes you have to go for what you want to get what you deserve.
Another 5 star winner written in Rich’s signature humorous tone.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty good book a relaxing read. Nice touch when it comes to the love aspect and characters.Published 13 days ago by Tehya
the cover,the given plot and promise of laughter
all was there. I smiled,giggled and guffawed.
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My first rich amooi book probably not my last. It was a good, clean and fun book.Published 24 days ago by Diane H
This book is funny, witty and a very enjoyable read. The dates are hysterical in this story. The characters and dog are so good in this book. This would be a hysterical movie!Published 26 days ago by April
Written very well, with humor and wit. easy to read, . I enjoyed the clean-no sexual content in this book, lovely story, interesting characters. Read morePublished 26 days ago by rebecca
This was my first reading of Rich Amooi and I loved it! A sweet believable love story. The charecters were great, so was the story. I am looking forward to reading more!!Published 1 month ago by Dena Tyndall