July 16, 2019 2 min to read
Review: Cupids Anonymous by Lila Monroe
Category : Reviews
Rule #1 Don’t get hit by your own arrow.
I’m a professional Cyrano – minus the honking great nose. Need a love note, raunchy sext, or apology letter so epic that your other half will forget you hesitated a beat too long when you asked, ‘does this make me look fat?’? I’ve got you covered. But when my most frequent client, the annoyingly charming (or is that charmingly annoying?) Dylan Griffin comes to me with an unconventional new job, I discover that three little words can add up to one BIG complication…
Because Dylan doesn’t want help seducing another swimsuit model (for once in his life). He wants my help winning over his high-school crush (aka, his one true love) – and he’s prepared to make it worth my while. Throw in a summer Catskills trip that’s equal parts ‘Dirty Dancing’ and dirty-talking, and this Cupid is soon out of her depth – and head over heels with the last man I expected. But can I find the right words when it comes to my own heart? Or will this happily ever end in disaster?
Find out in the sparkling new romantic comedy from USA Today bestselling author, Lila Monroe!
Title: Cupids Anonymous
Author: Lila Monroe
Genre: Romance – Comedy, friends-to-lovers
Part of a Series: yes – book 1 of the Cupid series
POV: Poppy and Dylan
Steam Level: Slow burn to toasty
Cupids Anonymous is a super cute book with a fun premise. One of the books I loved growing up was Cyrano de Bergerac so Cupids Anonymous was right up my alley. It was a fun read, with memorable characters and silly situations – including a few laugh out loud moments. I enjoyed the intelligence, banter, and fun that Poppy and Dylan had together. I would have liked another epilogue but overall quite fun.
I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- If there’s one thing I’ve learned about the language of love it’s that it’s really a million different languages. We all have our own favorite songs, and movies, and things that matter to us. The trick is to speak to someone in their own particular voice.
- Twelve hours ago, I was kissing the man passionately in the middle of the street. Now, I’ve just agreed to help him seduce someone else. Am I crazy? Yes. Yes I am.
- The past isn’t up for discussion, you don’t need to feel the need to apologize for your past self’s decisions.
- I want him, and the feeling isn’t going anywhere fast. Did Cupid ever get hit by his own damn arrow? Because I need a cure for this crush, and fast.
- You think being in love is easy? You think it’s all hearts and flowers and butterflies? Love is damn hard work. It’s messy, and uncomfortable, and scary as hell. But unless you’re willing to put yourself out there- the real you, not this playboy, hair-ruffled bullshit–you won’t ever know what it’s like to have someone love you, unconditionally.
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