Monday, March 10, 2014

Who's Your Babby Daddy?

Who's Your Baby Daddy? 
4 of 5 stars false 1/2
 Please note this book is a romantic parody. It is not intended to be taken as a serious romance. As a matter of fact, for optimum results the author recommends you read it in your best "Valley Girl" voice. ;)
When Jasmine's best friend and roommate tells her she's pregnant, Jasmine is less than overjoyed. Especially when Roni tells her that she isn't sure just who the father is. Complicating matters is Jasmine's unwelcome attraction to her billionaire playboy boss. What follows is a mind-blowing journey down the trail to motherhood that will test the bounds of their friendship and the limits of Jasmine's patience.
"Who's Your Baby Daddy?" is an erotic romance parody short story intended for mature audiences only.
Length - approximately 23,000 words


****The publisher provided me with a copy of this book via NetGalley for my honest review****
Jasmine's friend and roommate just found out she is pregnant, now the hunt is on to figure out who the baby daddy is from the list of men that Roni has slept with. As if that situation wasn't bad enough Jasmine also has to deal with her hot rich boss and their out of control attraction. This book was just downright hilarious, if a soap opera and a comedy show mated then had a baby that would be this book. The author does a great job of taking several contemporary erotica cliches and making them new and fresh by turning something that is supposed to be sexy and deep into something that is over the top ridiculous and filled with many she did what now moments. I loved the two main characters Jasmine and Roni, they had very different personalities but they had a strong friendship and when things started going crazy more hilarity ensues. There are sex scenes in the book; however, I didn't think they were sexy or hot, but they did add to the story. This was a great short read that keeps you laughing the entire time; I liked the ending, but there are some people who may not like it. 

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