From the Publisher:
Suburbia is a jungle, filled with lots of vicious creatures.
Take the Paradise Heights Women’s League board. Lyssa Harper should have warned golden-haired DILF du jour Harry Wilder what he was getting into when she invited him to meet the mommies who run their suburban, gated community. At least he brought cupcakes. Since meeting the former Master-of-the-Universe turned stay-at-home single dad, Lyssa has been his domestic Sherpa, teaching him the ins and outs of suburban life. She just didn’t realize her friends would show up at his house unannounced with casseroles, leopard-print bikini briefs, and plans to rearrange his kitchen cabinets.
The truth is, if Harry and his wife, the neighborhood’s “perfect couple,” can call it quits, what does that mean for everyone else? Lyssa’s husband, Ted, is a great father, but he pays her Pilates-pumped momtourage more attention than he does his own wife. Her friends gossip about the neighbors while ignoring their own problems: infertility, infidelity, and eating disorders.
As intriguing as this synopsis is, it doesn’t do the book justice. Even though it’s 352 pages and I have a ten-month-old, I finished it in two days. Granted, I didn’t get any dishes or laundry done- but I couldn’t. Not since Twilight have I been so engrossed in a book (or so in love with the male lead) and I was unable to put it down! Certain aspects of it were predictable- but I didn’t care because I wasn’t just interested in the destination of the characters, but the journey as well. Oh, &spoiler alert: at the end, there’s a moment where your jaw will literally drop. I actually said OUT LOUD, “Oh hell no.” as I realized what was about to happen.
It’s a great book & I really wish I had a copy to giveaway.. but I liked it too much to giveaway my copy & they didn’t send me an extra one. Sorry y’all! I really hope you’ll hope on over to Amazon and get your copy. Please do- I need someone to talk about this book with! It’s killing me.
Susie’s Note: I received a copy of the book in order to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own.