🤣I laughed 🥰 I loved 😲 I OMG'd 🤔 I wondered 😭 I cried 😍 I fell in love all over again "Being with you is like falling down a rabbit hole. It's disorienting and scary but exhilarating. " Amy is such a ditz! I mean that in the best way possible! I adored her character. Her zest for life. Her unflinching honesty. Her over-analyzing. Her ability to trip over her own feet. Everything about her made me smile. Jared was her complete opposite. Like two opposing forces those two. He folded his boxers she tossed hers. She tossed it in the sink he washed and put it away. It worked. Bloody he ll they were perfect! Then reality switched the tracks on them. Can Amy figure it out before she loses her Man Crush Monday? This had a couple of serious twists in the story that I didn't see coming until right before impact. It was too late to change directions Impact was inevitable Can Amy and Jared survive?
Wow! The plot, the characters, surprises were all so amazingly written. Man Crush Monday has become my new favourite book from Kirsty. I have laughed and cried and wish I could have more chapters of Amy.
I have been impatiently waiting for Kirsty’s next book, and I’m so happy to say I was not disappointed (for the record, I didn’t think I would be). I adored Amy and Jared, loved them so very very much, they were cute, loving, fun, sexy and the ultimate couple. I loved their story. Crushing on the train, the accidental meeting, the instant attraction. So many funny moments, sexy times and such a sweet story, I was in bliss, and then, BAM, curveball. What’s a story without a little drama? Just wonderful and so funny with characters that I could truly relate to. Amy especially, she was just the right amount of quirky, I loved that she wasn’t size 4 super model material, she was a real life girl with real life insecurities. Oh, and let’s not forget her mum and grandma, I loved them. Then we’ve got sexy as sin Jared, I fell in love instantly. Fun, flirty and a little emotional, Kirsty really nailed it. I loved it, I was addicted from the first page. I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest review.