Review: Beefcakes by Katana Collins

Review: Beefcakes by Katana Collins

Things are about to get sticky…
I might as well permanently add the label “Ex” to my name. I’m an Ex-Mr. Universe. Ex-Mr. Olympus. An Ex-Hollywood Stuntman. But no one from my small hometown cares anything about that. They only care that I’m the ex-boyfriend to the beloved Mayor’s daughter, Elaina Dyker.

And now, ten years later, I’m back, helping my siblings run my mother’s bakery while she takes on chemo. What should have been a routine cupcake delivery turns into utter chaos when the bachelorette party thinks I’m a stripper. And what’s worse? Elaina is the maid of honor.

But the meme about us sure went viral fast. My small hometown has become positively infested with tipsy bridesmaids looking for my erotic cupcakes.

Now Hollywood’s knocking again—and this time they want me and my ex, Mr. Beefcake and Ms. Prude, to star in a reality show.

It could solve all my problems—except her.

My Review:
Title: Beefcakes
Author: Katana Collins
Format: Ebook
Genre: Romance – Comedy, Second Chance, Enemies to Lovers, Reality TV
Standalone: Yes
Part of a Series: May be part of the Maple Grove series
POV: Neil and Elaina

Beefcakes is sweet and funny. I enjoyed reading Neil and Elaina’s story, although at time Elaina annoyed me a little bit. Katana Collins did a great job portraying the emotions of the characters throughout the book. I loved Neil’s relationship with his mom and the love and devotion portrayed. Overall, Beefcakes was a fun romantic comedy and the cupcakes themselves sound delicious!

I received this book for free. This is my honest and voluntary review.

Favorite Quotes:

  • The Only thing better than a friend… is a friend with a cupcake.
  • Each times I thought she was the hottest thing ever, she topped herself.
  • We can’t really expect others to forgive and forget if we don’t do that ourselves.
  • Unsolicited advice is more about the needs of the giver than the receiver.

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