Book Review

Read our Review of Sundays are for Hangovers by K Webster & J.D. Hollyfield

Sundays are for Hangovers

by K. Webster and J.D. Hollyfield
Publication Date: May 21, 2018
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romantic Comedy

Purchase: Amazon

For nearly a year, they’ve been at war.
Cops. Forks. Eggs.
Two feuding neighbors who couldn’t be more opposite, forced to live next door to one another.
Neither is backing down.

She drives him crazy with her loud nineties rap music.
He gets under her skin the way he obsesses over his stupid perfect lawn.

She fantasizes about having sex with the hot nerd—but with duct tape over his dumb mouth.
He has dirty dreams of the bombshell beauty where he bangs the crazy right out of her—nightmares of course.
Anger isn’t the only thing heating up between these two.

They think this is a battle only one of them can win…
The growing attraction between them, though, seems to be far more stubborn than the two of them combined.

Our Thoughts

The brief synopsis of this book sounds so fun that I just knew I had to read it as soon as I could.  William is very anal and a perfectionist; so when free-spirited, liv in the moment Lilith moves next door they’re of course going to clash.  These aren’t necessarily a couple that you would picture together but the chemistry is intense from the beginning of the book.  However, William has secrets and Lilith has a power hungry father who will stop at nothing to get her to come back home.  It seems that the forces are working against these two – but I won’t spoil it for you.

I don’t know if I remember a time I laughed so much while being so frustrated with a character.  You remember when you’re in elementary school and everyone tells you that boys pick on the girls they like?  Well that is what this reminded me of.  Some of the pranks/antics that Will got into with Lilith were just screaming ‘I want attention from you’.  I think I was just waiting for them to hook up because the tension was obvious to everyone around them.  I wanted one of them to make a move to where I thought they were obviously moving.  It takes a while for it to happen – but not in a way that dragged.  The authors knew the perfect amount of time to let the tension build between them.  The book just flew by while I was reading it.  I think the pacing was perfect though; it took me a few hours to read the book.  I really enjoyed the inclusion of the epilogue so we could see how our Hero & heroine were doing after the end.  I had never read a book by these two authors together, but I think I will be on the lookout for more now.  They make an amazing duo and write really great contemporary romance.

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About K. Webster

K Webster is the author of dozens romance books in many different genres including contemporary romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, and erotic romance. When not spending time with her husband of twelve years and two adorable children, she’s active on social media connecting with her readers.

Her other passions besides writing include reading and graphic design. K can always be found in front of her computer chasing her next idea and taking action. She looks forward to the day when she will see one of her titles on the big screen.

About J.D. Hollyfield

Author JD Hollyfield

Creative designer, mother, wife, writer, part time superhero…

J.D. Hollyfield is a creative designer by day and superhero by night. When she is not trying to save the world one happy ending at a time, she enjoys the snuggles of her husband, son and three doxies. With her love for romance, and head full of book boyfriends, she was inspired to test her creative abilities and bring her own story to life.

Life in a Rut, Love not Included is her Debut Novel. J.D. Hollyfield lives in the Midwest, and is currently at work on blowing the minds of readers, with the additions of her new books and series, along with her charm, humor and HEA’s.

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