#FeaturedFriday | CRASHING THE A LIST by Summer Heacock

Filled with delicious wit, Crashing The A List is a great romantic comedy for enemies to lovers die hard fans of romance. Get ready to laugh your heart out, swoon with fury and fall in love unexpectedly with the entire gang.

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WARNING: this story is impossible to put away once you start reading.

Crashing The A List Book Review
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Clara, Caspian, Cici, Tom, Trina and Momma Montgomery are addictive and memorable cast of characters who will grab your heart with laugh-out-loud love.
Each character’s shenanigans in the story was hilarious and it was  great to spend time reading about them for a few hours. This is why I love the story so much. Even when Clara and Cas are not together, they have so much charm interacting with the secondary characters. And you really can’t refer to them as secondary.
Clara is not having a great few months and trying to get back on her feet. Her simple but unemployed life gets very complicated with a fail “pretend” attempt to blackmail PEOPLE’s most sexiest man, Caspian Tiddleswich.
When they first met, there  is no attraction, no love or lust at first sight. Trust me its just blind fury toward each other. Heacock has gifted readers with a pure enemies to lovers romance. I was very doubtful these two would get together, like seriously. Caspian is a romance hero you will love to hate.  He was horrible and treated Clara unfairly with no benefit of doubt. I really wanted to throat punch him many times.
And we all can relate to life giving us roadblocks, sleeping on your family’s couch because under no circumstances you will not and can not moved back to your parent’s house. Its the ultimate failure and Clara will take the crappiest job to replenish the savings and get back on track. That’s why I love her so much. She was an inspiration to not give up, make goals, and achieve success on her own merit.

Filled with delicious wit, Crashing The A List is a great romantic comedy for enemies to lovers die hard fans of romance. Get ready to laugh your heart out, swoon with fury and fall in love unexpectedly with the entire gang.   Advanced copy provided by publisher and netgalley for review purposes.

Mile High Kink Book Club highly recommends for your summer vacay

so don’t forget to pack it in your carryon. 

 

After four months of unemployment, former book editor Clara Montgomery is officially stuck—stuck sleeping on her little brother’s ugly couch in Queens, stuck scrolling through job listings in search of a new editorial position…and just desperate enough to take on a temporary gig clearing out abandoned storage units. If nothing else, she’s determined to keep her rapidly dwindling savings account intact.

Unfortunately, she is in no way prepared for stumbling upon dead snakes or dealing with glass jars that she’s convinced are full of pickled eyeballs. And why does everything seem to smell like beets?

Then Clara comes across a unit that was once owned by an escort service and finds the brothel “résumé” of a younger Caspian Tiddleswich, an astonishingly famous British actor. She has no intention of cashing in on her discovery, but her awkward attempts to reassure Caspian that his secret is safe go awry. Now Caspian is convinced that Clara is a blackmailer, the tabloids have her pegged as Caspian’s newest girlfriend…and Clara begins to find the A-lister’s charms more irresistible than she expected.

About Summer Heacock
Summer Heacock is an author of contemporary women’s fiction and prances through life like a cartoon character who says the F word a lot. She lives Seattle-adjacent, where she’s a stay-at-home mom to two scampy tots, wife to an amazingly understanding husband, herder of a rescue critter menagerie, devourer of jelly beans and collector of life-size celebrity cutouts. Crashing the A-List is her second novel, following her debut, The Awkward Path to Getting Lucky. >>>>> http://www.fizzygrrl.com/

 

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