Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Book Review: Oh Stupid Heart by Liza O'Connor

After reading Worst Week Ever (A Long Road to Love) I had high hopes for "Oh Stupid Heart." Liza O'Connor did not disappoint. 

Her books are well-written, well-edited, and depicts the lives of her characters - which might very well be real - in witty prose and dialogue. Oh Stupid Heart had me snarling at my family's attempts to interrupt my reading. Seriously, I'm spending time with a good book, why would I want to make dinner? Look in the fridge, I'm sure there's something there.

Oh Stupid Heart is both funny and cute, and the only thing wrong with it is that it ended. Luckily, it's part of a series, and I look forward to O'Connor's next release.

I like to think that I normally write more eloquent reviews, giving a recap of the story, characters, my reaction, and so on. I'm unable to do that with these books, because I only have one thing to say about them: Read them. They're funny. You won't regret it!


Carrie Hanson is in love with a different species: Trent, a pampered, uber-rich socialite who’s also her boss. Everyone keeps telling her it’s a train wreck looking to happen, but her heart wants what it wants. Despite the billion and one reasons not to, Carrie commits to this inter-species relationship.

While she's off being trained for her new job responsibilities, a beautiful ex fiancée is working hard to get Trent back and Carrie fired.

See the book on Amazon!

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