Title: Misadventure of a Curvy Girl
Author: Sierra Simone
Series: Misadventure #18
Pages: 240 pages
My Rating: 4 stars
For the first time in her life, Ireland Mills is happy with her body. No more fad diets, no more hiding from every camera in the room, no more low self-esteem. She’d rather be alone than with someone who’ll only love her if she’s skinny.
Caleb Carpenter and Ben Weber are everything Ireland and the Kansas Chamber of Commerce dreamed of when conceptualizing the “Real Kansas” promotional campaign. They’re handsome, young, educated, and totally dedicated to their small prairie town.
When Ireland’s Prius gets stuck on a Kansas dirt road and a massive storm rips through town, she’s left stranded with nowhere to turn but to Caleb and Ben. These two hunky country boys are impossible to ignore, but could they ever be interested in her as well?
Caleb and Ben are more than interested…and they’re willing to share. After their first night together, they know this has to be more than a one-time thing. They need to make her theirs forever. But can they convince Ireland they love her, curves and all?
Misadventures is a romantic series of spicy standalone novels, each written or co-written by some of the best names in romance. The stories are scandalous, refreshing, and, of course, incredibly sexy. They’re the perfect bedside read, a ‘quick blush’ for the reader who loves a page-turning romance.
I ended up really enjoying this. I have Romanceopoly to thank once again because if it weren’t for this challenge I probably would have never read this book.
This is a short quick read and it’s insta-everything which I personally don’t have a problem with but I know a lot of people hate that trope. It was a little to instalove in my opinion but the steaminess and overall message overshadowed that for me.
I do have to say that from the beginning Ireland says she is more secure but as soon as a hot guy is in front of her she starts questioning everything which I understand however she is constantly questioning their motives all the way through the book pretty much even though they have done nothng to make her question them which after a while got a little annoying.
Overall I loved this and I definitely want to go back and read the other books in this series.