Lauren Rowe has left me craving more from this couple. I rarely say that about a couple I just met months ago (yes, I have lost it thanks to this series and I regret NOTHING.lol )
Josh and Kat started off in my head as a hit it and quit it couple but they turned out to be soulmates. I didn’t expect so much emotion brought out of me and I want to thank Lauren for that. I never knew I could hold my breath for a whole chapter. But I did it in Chapter I waiting for a text or a Kitty Kat to run out all dramatic.
We start off this book just how I like it, dealing with Josh’s f___k up. He surprises me with his non douchey c*cky yummy self- confidence. I actually shed one tear for him, one only. When he said this
“I’m doing Say Anything for my girl, man,” I say. “I’m in the doghouse.” The guy makes a face like I’ve just blurted I have no p*nis. “Dude, I got no choice,” I continue. “My girl’s a effing unicorn.”
How can you not cry when he calls her a UNICORN instead of a terrorist most of the time.
Kat surprised me with her calming ways when I expected an atomic bomb to go off at any second. I like the way she figures out how to deal with her groin spawn (her words not mine)
A feeling of relative calm washes over me. I think I just made a decision: I’ll wait a month to tell Josh about the baby, just in case natural selection takes care of things between now and then. And in the meantime, I’ll just try not to think about it (other than taking pre-natal vitamins and picking up What To Expect When You’re Expecting). Yep. That’s the plan. Okay. Whew.
Only Kat would deal with this is such a way that you kind of agree with her. Like I said in the beginning this couple surprised me with the unexpected soulmates part. Lauren did a great job with the end of this book , it left you wanting more but also being content.
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