There’s more to me than just being awk-weird. I own my own flower shop, have some great friends, and I have my eye on adopting the most adorable kitten. But sadly, hot guys don’t tend to be blown away by my trivia-spouting, dorky self.
So when a Thor-lookalike who happens to be a professional hockey player hits on me at my bestie’s wedding rehearsal party… You better believe I climbed that tree like a cat. And the fact that it happened not once, not twice, but three times? Yeah, that’s pretty much a once-in-a-lifetime experience for a woman like me.
There’s zero chance I’ll end up ever seeing him again… right?
Until the pregnancy test comes up positive. What happens next?
Oh my God, I wish I knew…
Awk-weird by Avery Flynn is a sexy yet emotional read. This is a romance novel, I can keep re-reading over and over again. The cast of characters is diverse. I loved the humor that spilled on the pages. The bros were all for siding with the leading lady, which I found sweet.
Meet Tess, an awk-weird lady who stumbles facts as fast as one can blink. Her facts are random and embarrassingly funny. Like the ones that have to do with pregnancy. Tess kept building an intense cloud until the Thor-like-God, Cole, broke her uneasiness. He seems to realize she gets really nervous and blurts our facts. Overtime, her facts are entertaining and expected. Tess’s friends are all in love with their own guys. This, left Tess awkwardly alone and playing bar trivia with the hockey dudes. That, then led Tess to her ultimate journey…
Now, meet Cole. He is the Thor-like-God that makes most women melt on spot. The one woman he wanted left him. Six-months and he’s still feeling the sting. His ex is nothing like the bright, smart, and sexy girl next-door type. Tess is all that and more. He finds her interesting. Something is burning between them and that led Cole to his life changing goals. He never thought his life would end up like it would. Never thought he would need Tess like the air he breathed.
Overall, this book was hot, hilarious, and engaging. I loved the characters. Their quirks made it more than just a story.