Hopeless In Hotlanta Review

ATaleofTwoPretties

Synopsis: MacAllister “Mac” Barlow thought she was living the life she always dreamed of. When she catches her fiancé in the act with his secretary, she high tails it out of their apartment without looking back. Looking for a new life, she drowns her sorrows in a pitcher of beer at Tony’s Pizzeria.
Darcy Pepper isn’t one for long-term relationships. Bouncing from guy-to-guy to get what she wants isn’t satisfying her anymore. Walking out on her current boy-toy, she finds herself at a tiny hole-in-the-wall pub. More disappointed in herself than she’s ever been, she sees Mac, a girl she vaguely remembers from high school.
Left flat broke, the girls quickly enlist the help of a waiter at Tony’s and before they know it, they’ve got an apartment, jobs, and possibly even love interests beckoning.
Maybe things aren’t so hopeless after all.

*This is a new adult romantic comedy and is recommended for readers ages 17+*
This book is the first in a five book series.

Buy Links: AMAZON | B&N

Stalk Dawn: FACEBOOK | GOODREADS | WEBSITE
Stalk Magan: FACEBOOK | GOODREADS | TWITTER | WEBSITE


 

Review: Omigosh! Dawn and Magan had me laughing so hard! This book is hilarious! And there were times that my heart raced as Mac or Darcy had a close encounter with the opposite sex.

MacAllister and Darcy are both down on their luck and complete strangers to each other basically. Darcy remembers Mac from high school. They ended up meeting on a stroke of luck at a pizzeria. One said pizzeria that is ran by B-Rad (Brad really). He overhears their dilemma and offers them a place to stay. It isn’t much, but it’s all they can afford right now. It just so happens to be right across the hall from B-Rad too. Lucky for him!

At first both girls think that B-Rad is creepy, but soon Darcy realizes there is more to him than meets the eye and his friend Preston seems to have his eye on Mac.

They both decide to delve into the world of self publishing together hoping to make it big! Or just big enough to make it through life on more than ramen noodles.

Reading through their turmoil was a hilarious trip! I can’t wait to read the next book!

5-stars

 

Advertisements
By Jennifer Laslie Posted in Reviews

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s