Review: Frisky Business by Lila Monroe

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☆☆➹⁀☆ 5 stars ☆➹⁀☆☆

What It’s About:

Noah Hathaway is infuriatingly hot, annoyingly charming… and my new room-mate?! This pet-sitting gig was supposed to be a vacation from drama, but that was before the hunky guy in the pool-house started sticking his nose (and his annoyingly chiseled abs) in my business.

I’m looking for Mr. Right, not Mr. Most Likely to Sneak Out of Bed (And Steal Your Breakfast Pop Tart On the Way Out the Door), so despite the red-hot sparks between us, I’m determined to stay away. But when one little party gets way out of hand, we’re suddenly both on the wrong side of trouble. Unless we can come up with ten thousand dollars in the next three weeks, we’re screwed. And not just when it comes to the adorable pooches.

With the clock ticking, we have no choice but to team up and embark on a madcap scheme to save our asses – with the help of a few furry friends. But with the chemistry between us reading Defcon-69, can I keep my hands (and heart) to myself? Or will this pup-tastic scheme leave us both in the doghouse?

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My Thoughts:

Frisky Business is filled with romance, comedy and puppies—what’s not to love?  This third installment to Lila Monroe’s Chick Flick Club series is absolutely adorable!

“Dogs are way better than men”, says Eve after one romantic disaster after another.  While gal pals Gemma and Zoey have found love, Eve, a true romantic, is still waiting to find her one-and-only soul mate. In absolute desperation, the girls convince Eve to create an online dating profile, naturally that is when all the laughs begin.  She is a magnate for weird, creepy guys, including the dude who playfully pretends to be her blind date.

The pretender, Noah, turns out to be inhabiting the pool house of Eve’s upcoming dog and mansion-sitting gig.  The attraction is obvious and their banter is hilarious. However, they are very much opposites. It takes some household damage and a hair-brained moneymaking idea to ignite their flame.

The angst is realistic but minimal, and through the drama, both Eve and Noah mature a bit, further their careers, and figure out that “love arrives in the most unexpected places”.  Frisky Business is a sweet romance with a side of sizzle.  It is a delight to read!



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