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This whole rom-com thing is an awesome stress reliever LOL when done correctly … and (author) does it correctly! In between the the fun laughs, she wrote a really heartfelt story. A story that wasn’t ridiculous. Just the people lol. It was real. It felt real. Every day. I felt like I could know them. I loved it!
I can’t even begin to comvey the hilarity that these characters have. The dialogue is just sooooo ridiculous I couldn’t stop reading with a big smile on my face! I cried real laughter tears people! And OMG Meridth is my new book girlfriend. She is me. I am her ~~ in personality only of course .. she is sarcastic and funny and just hates people … me 🙂 And do not get me started on Rob … honest to God you will not stop laughing from beginning to end .. in a very good way. #TRUST!
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Meredith definitely drank too much last night. Why on earth else would she have woken up without her purse, and the distinct memory of giving her number to a stripper? So gross.
The good news is, she never has to see him again. Except to get her purse. And to discover she did another terrible, horrible, very bad thing while drunk- she accidentally became a professional penis photographer.
Rob wishes more people would believe him when he says he truly is stripping his way through journalism school. It’s the only way Millennials can afford school with no student loans. When Meredith quite literally stumbles across his path, he’s super smitten. Sadly, she is less so once she sobers up.
Can he trick her into dating him?
Can she trick her mother into thinking she has a respectable job?
And can anyone recover once the internet picks up their story? It’s a long shot for both of them.
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About the Author:
Kayti McGee is a former Kansas Citian who now follows the Royals from Colorado. Besides writing, her hobbies include travel, cooking, and all thing Whovian. She also writes as the latter half of Laurelin McGee. Like her co-author Laurelin Paige, she joined Mensa for no other reason than to make her bio more interesting.