- File Size: 2696 KB
- Print Length: 287 pages
- Publisher: Vansant Creations (January 10, 2015)
- Publication Date: January 10, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00S3YZ7SA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #289,674 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Slightly Stalky: He's the One, He Just Doesn't Know it Yet (Slightly Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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by Amy Vansant
Emily and her best friend Kady love to play darts in their favorite sports bar. Then one day in walks Sebastian, tall good looking, he seems perfect. Emily can't take her eyes off him. So Emily decides to do something most young women wouldn't do, ask him out on a date. That is when the fun begins.
Emily is very likable, she is out spoken (sometimes too much for her own good), smart, snarky, independent an all around nice young lady. Kady is the perfect best friend, loyal and true to Emily. I really liked the strong bond Emily and Kady Had. I liked that Sebastian was a bit flawed, it made him "real".The story was original, filled with drama, quick wit and humor.
The things that Emily goes through, her thoughts and actions made me laugh many times. A fast paced fun laugh out loud romantic comedy not like any other story I have read. Those who love romantic/comedy with a lovable leading lady will enjoy Slightly Stalky: A Romantic Comedy Walks Into a Bar..., I recommend to those who want to curl up with a great, fun book. A pure delight!
The characters are interesting and believable, even when not being their ages sometimes. I like the way the author wrote the storyline. This is my first book by this author and I'm looking forward to reading more of her work.
This was one of the 5%. After a few pages, I started hearing the "Hallelujah" chorus in my head. I smiled. I chuckled. I laughed out loud.
This is about a single woman in her late twenties, and her quest to find the man of her dreams (and stalk him until he sees her). I loved the fact that she was flawed. I loved the fact that I could relate to her. And I loved the male character as well. They both feel real.
One minor detail that bothered me was the references to male anatomy, that were unnecessary, I think, where the author used them.
This book was brilliant though. And you should read it. Here's a small glimpse to make you want to:
"Emily liked to think she'd grown. In college, she'd run to the mirror to watch tears slide down her cheeks and pretend she was in a heart-wrenching music video. She hadn't done that for at least two or three years."
With all that said though; I felt the author tried way to hard to make this story even more funnier than it actually was. Overall I enjoyed this story, but there were many times I felt like some of the things they did, or said, seemed to be more on the childish side, rather than something that you'd expect coming from grown adults, and that's what they were supposed to be..