(33) A Perfect Romance

Title: A Perfect Romance by Layce Gardner
Publisher: Bella Books
288 pages
Genre: LGBT

Synopsis: Love at first sight. How perfectly romantic!

When Dana meets Ellen she’s not entirely honest because she doesn't want to look foolish. If she explained that she’s wingman to her BFF Trudy, who is trying to pick up men at an AA meeting, then Ellen would quite reasonably want to back away, slowly.

The only way to see Ellen again is to keep going to the meetings and try really hard not to dig herself a deeper hole. But on the day Dana was born the good Lord was handing out shovels and whichever idiot said the course of true love was easy, well, they flat-out lied.

Review: Caution don't read this book while eating or drinking anything or you will wind up with liquid coming out of your nose and spitting food across the room.  I found myself laughing out loud several times while reading this book.

Dana is a clumsy, woman who has a knack for getting herself into trouble. Dana is obsessed with the thought that her girlfriend is cheating on her.  She would like to break up with her if she could only find her.  While she is trying to figure out if her girlfriend is cheating on her Dana finds herself assaulting a police officer, wanted for armed robbery and a suspect in a murder, which are all a big misunderstanding.

Reminiscent of Janet Evanovitch's Stephanie Plum novels, this book is pure mind candy.  I loved it.