Sunday, 31 May 2015

Review: Man Candy by Elise Sax

Raine Harper is in love with Wade Gates. But Wade likes women who are model thin, and Raine is model thin plus a lot of pounds. Desperate to make him love her, she trains just a little too hard and passes out in the arms of superstar movie star Dirk Adams. Dirk thinks Raine’s junk in the trunk is perfect and proposes to make Wade jealous by becoming her pretend boyfriend. Pretend soon seems very real. Is Dirk a great actor, or is something really developing between Raine and the movie star?

Wish Upon A Stud...A happy ending is just a coin toss away.

Kindle Edition, 100 pages
Published August 19th 2014 
Series: Wish Upon A Stud #2
Genre: Romance

Kristine's Thoughts:

A couple of weeks ago I read Going Down which is the first book in the Wish Upon A Stud series and thought it was quite funny so I thought I'd give the second book a shot.

This book did not disappoint. I was easily reminded of the sarcastic and over the top humour that I liked so much in the first book. I'm talking about the shake your head almost ridiculous humour that is so far fetched that you can't help but smile. Seriously, Sax has such a crazy imagination that I would almost love the opportunity to sit and have drinks with her. I don't imagine there would be a dull moment!

If you want an extremely entertaining, easy to read series about people with dysfunctional relationship issues with a little bit of hot and steamy then I think this may be the perfect series. I can pretty much guarantee that it will put a smile on your face more than once. I look forward to reading the rest of the series.

Check out my thoughts on Going Down here.

About the Author
Elise Sax worked as a journalist for fifteen years, mostly in Paris, France. She took a detour from journalism and became a private investigator before trying her hand at writing fiction. She lives in Southern California with her two sons. An Affair to Dismember was her first novel. 

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  1. aww.. i would have just drop the shallow guy in a tick!

  2. Ooh, this sounds like a book I'd enjoy :) Nice review and thanks for sharing!

    Zareena @ The Slanted Bookshelf