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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

REVIEW: Why I Love My Gay Boyfriend

I received an opportunity to read this book from Michelle with Central Avenue Publishing. I read the synopsis and it sounded cute so I agreed to do a review for a chance to read it.

I'm glad I did! It was a cute and witty read and it had me giggling to myself throughout the whole book.

Veronica, 'Ronnie', and her friends have just graduated from college and have dreams about their careers. But it turns out, it isn't so easy to get that dream job right out of school with no experience. Ronnie happens to land a PR job that is totally out of her element at "Giselle", a make-up manufacturing company. FYI, Ronnie doesn't wear make-up and is really pretty clueless when it comes to fashion. She was hoping for a job with a non-profit agency. But hey, a girl's gotta' do what a girl's gotta do to pay the bills.

Stumbling through manuals, lipsticks and mascara, Ronnie finds herself drowning in the world of PR and cosmetics. Luckily, she runs into Stevie who is a fashionista's dream. He's courteous, helpful, and knows the 'rules' of surviving and moving up at Giselle. Ronnie finds everything about Stevie perfect boyfriend material with one exception. Stevie is gay.

Stevie is just what Ronnie needs and before she knows it she's in the loop and pulling it off like she really knows what she is doing, all while dealing with company politics, catty and bitchy co-workers and a really hawt executive. But things aren't always what they seem.

Soon things begin spiraling out of control, Ronnie's friends practically disown her as she has replaced her life with everything lipstick, parties, mascara and Giselle.

Ronnie's flounderings and Stevie's wit make this book out loud laughable. It was such a fun, easy-breezy read. If you like witty, funny stories then check this out. You can check it out at Central Avenue Publishing and also at Amazon.



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