Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Note: I received an ARC from Wordsmith Publicity in exchange for an unbiased review.
Co-Worker is my new favorite Meghan Quinn book. (But I think every new book I pick of hers is my new favorite.) It was so perfect! I loved everything about it. The restaurant work setting was fun. The characters were both down to earth and outrageous. The dialog was witty and made me laugh so many times. Oh, and the romance was so cute! I couldn’t get enough of Co-Wrecker.
Co-Wrecker had some of my favorite Meghan Quinn characters. Andrew has definitely made my book boyfriend list. That guy was amazing! Every woman needs an Andrew. Not only was he hot as sin, he had serious swag. He pushed the line between cocky and sweet so well. He had moves I didn’t see coming. I didn’t want the book to end because I wasn’t done with him yet.
Sadie was a tougher character to love, but that’s exactly how she should have been. She came across to me exactly how she came across to the new people she met in the book. Sadie kept everyone on the edge of her circle, and kept her secrets hidden well. I loved her tough exterior and soft interior. Every little bit of herself that she gave Andrew made me smile. They were adorable together.
Besides having two amazing first person narrators, Co-Wrecker also had some very fun secondary characters. All of Sadie’s friends were cool. Andrew’s roommates and family were hilarious. Every single on of them was memorable. So were the rest of Andrew and Sadie’s co-workers. I could easily read a book about any of them. I really hope I’ll get to.
Co-Wrecker was so entertaining. I couldn’t get enough of it. It’s one fans of Meghan Quinn and/or romantic comedies should not miss. It’s bound to make their day, like it did mine.