RELEASE REVIEW: Frisky Business by Lila Monroe

Frisky Business by Lila Monroe is LIVE and you will want to read this great romantic comedy!

✓ Annoyingly handsome new roommate
✓ Smokin’ hot sexual tension
✓ Hilarious rom-com shenanigans
✓ Two mischievous pugs.


Get frisky with the sizzling new standalone romantic comedy from USA Today bestselling author, Lila Monroe!

Noah Hathaway is infuriatingly hot, annoyingly charming… and my new room-mate?! This pet-sitting gig was supposed to be a vacation from drama, but that was before the hunky guy in the pool-house started sticking his nose (and his annoyingly chiseled abs) in my business.

I’m looking for Mr. Right, not Mr. Most Likely to Sneak Out of Bed (And Steal Your Breakfast Pop Tart On the Way Out the Door), so despite the red-hot sparks between us, I’m determined to stay away. But when one little party gets way out of hand, we’re suddenly both on the wrong side of trouble. Unless we can come up with ten thousand dollars in the next three weeks, we’re screwed. And not just when it comes to the adorable pooches.

With the clock ticking, we have no choice but to team up and embark on a madcap scheme to save our asses – with the help of a few furry friends. But with the chemistry between us reading Defcon-69, can I keep my hands (and heart) to myself? Or will this pup-tastic scheme leave us both in the doghouse?

Find out in the latest hot and hilarious rom-com from “the queen of romantic comedy”, Lila Monroe!

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My Review

Those of you who aren’t new to my reviews know just how much I love me some quirky and witty characters, and Lila Monroe definitely knows how to create funny and unique heroes and heroines who not only entertain me, but also make a romantic comedy so worth the read.

In Lila Monroe’s newest release, Frisky Business, she illustrates the idea that opposites really do attract and she does so by creating a hero and a heroine who couldn’t be more different. Their personalities, their views on life, and the way they choose to live are completely contrary, but I think that’s what makes them electric together – the idea that they even each other out and offer a new perspective on things that end up making more sense than not.

Eve is an eternal optimist; she always sees the bright side of things and believes in true love and is an is a hopeless romantic. The notion of romance doesn’t fit Noah’s lifestyle. He’s all about hookups and singledom. The first time these two meet is quite an entertaining interaction, but it’s also one that they definitely don’t want to repeat, so both of them are caught off guard when they end up back in each other’s life and in quite the quandary when a series of mishaps require them to work together and develop a plan to fix the damage.   

Once Eve realizes that Noah is not just the stereotypical manwhore she classified him as, things between them begin to move forward, and one these two truly ‘see’ each other, their connection only grows, and let me tell you, their attraction, their passion, and their desire for one another resonate from the pages and show Eve and Noah just how good they could be together despite their opposing personalities.

Frisky Business is exactly the humorous and light-hearted read that I needed, and it’s a great addition and ending to Monroe’s Chick Flick Club series.

4 Poison Apples

About the Author

Combining her love of writing, sex and well fitted suits, Lila Monroe wrote her first serial, The Billionaire Bargain, in 2015. She weaves sex, humor and romance into tales about hard-headed men and the strong and sassy women who try to tame… love… tame them.


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