On Thursday, April 8th, Pippa Grant’s new book I Pucking Love You came out. And well, obviously I had to devour it! I’ve read all of her books so I always pounce when a new one comes out. Are you new to Pippa Grant? Want to know the reading order? Check it out here.
Tyler Jeager- we meet Tyler in Beauty and the Beefcake when he comes to Copper Valley to take Ares Berger’s place in the lineup while Ares is hurt. Tyler also pops up in Crazy for Loving You since the hero of that one is his brother Westley. But now we have Tyler’s story.
Muffy Periwinkle- yes, that’s really her name. Muffy, who is cousin to Kami from Charming as Puck, is a matchmaker, which again we knew from Charming as Puck. She wants most to help women find the love that they deserve.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In I Pucking Love You, it seems as though Tyler and Muffy hooked up at the bunny bar one night. Ever since Tyler hasn’t been able to perform, if you know what I mean. Muffy is in desperate need of a date to a funeral. Why a funeral- you might ask? Well, she’s going to run into people she knew from medical school. She needs a buffer.
While Muffy is trying to avoid Tyler after their hook up, Tyler now is trying to figure out what is going on. Thus, Tyler agrees to take Muffy to the funeral. Want to know what happens as a result? Read the book to find out!
As with each of Pippa Grant’s books, I Pucking Love You should only be read while not drinking (because you will spit out your drink) and definitely not in a library as you will bust out laughing. Don’t get in trouble with the librarians! If you like a sitcom, but in book form, this is the perfect book for you. If you like high humor, this is the book for you. Trust me, all of us need a little light hearted fun right now and this delivers. This one is on Kindle Unlimited and you should run to read it!
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And in case you hadn’t figured it out, my plan for 2021 is to write a blog post for each book I read. Last year, I read 150 books. We’ll see how I do this year.
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