Like a Christmas miracle, the Build a Boyfriend App lets you simply input the stats of your dream man, and witty texts, passionate emails, and hot Instagram pics start flooding in. Read more...
Like a Christmas miracle, the Build a Boyfriend App lets you simply input the stats of your dream man, and witty texts, passionate emails, and hot Instagram pics start flooding in. No more awkward questions or pitying looks as you face the holidays alone
But even the best technology has its glitches. When real-life emotions come into play, this trio of
twenty-somethings find themselves in a tangle of crossed signals, flying wrapping paper, disastrous Christmas parties and surprising kisses.
Yet despite the confusion of their mistletoe misadventures, when the New Year dawns, these very satisfied women just may find themselves waking up with true love beside them.
New York Times Bestselling Author Cat Johnson
Loaded with tender emotions and red hot love scenes --Fresh Fiction on One Night with a Cowboy
USA Today Bestselling Author Kate Angell
A sparkling writer who combines humor and sizzling romance. --Kirkus Reviews"
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2016-09-05
- Reviewer: Staff
In this anthology of contemporary Christmas-oriented novellas, three women create fake boyfriends via the Build-a-Boyfriend App, with results ranging from charming to discomfiting. In Johnsons charismatic A Boyfriend by Christmas, a chance meeting on Thanksgiving and a text sent to the wrong contact lead to alluring romantic possibilities. Angells pleasant All I Want for Christmas Is... features a woman vying to be a CEOs personal shopper. She invents a boyfriend to stay competitive, but her tantalizing potential boss challenges her resolve. Finally, in Charless frustrating Her Favorite Present, Gabe, the cocreator of Build-a-Boyfriend, believes anyone using the app is a pathetic waste of space until he makes a bet involving covertly getting to know one of their clients. The stories, especially All I Want, feel rushed sometimes, but the brevity keeps characters from having to dwell in awkward situations. A Boyfriend by Christmas is invitingly sweet; by contrast, Her Favorite Present is brought down by Gabes deceit and snide disdain. Still, this collection will appeal to romance fans who enjoy stories of mix-ups and confidentor even arrogantmen. (Oct.)