“People like you don’t fall in love with people like me.”
Meet Holly Hughes, a moderately successful teen advice columnist living in a studio apartment on the Upper East Side with her boyfriend Stephen. She has it all, but at the ripe age of thirty-one, she wants more. She wants to be married, she wants a family, and she’s going to have it all with Stephen.
At least, that’s what she thought, until Stephen announces he’s gay, and the domino effect of unfortunate events begins. She soon finds herself unemployed, single, and living in her sister’s house on Long Island, working as her niece’s babysitter for less than minimum wage. She’s pretty certain she’s destined to live in the Land of Mediocrity forever.
And then, her niece runs face-first into a tall, handsome man at the bookstore.
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Holly Freakin’ Hughes is an HFN title about acceptance, feeling good enough, and the reality that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side.
NOTE: This book contains some strong language and sexual situations. Age discretion is advised.
This book will also be a part of a series of at least three books. They just haven’t been born yet. Patience is appreciated.
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What a Freakin’ charming story! 4 stars for Holly Freakin’ Hughes. I was pleasantly surprised that this is Kelsey Kingsley first book. The romantic tale of Holly and Brandon is simply well written with the perfect combination of heartaches and laughter with a dash of sexual encounters that are modestly written, but still very hot. I loved that Kelsey kept the couple in their 30’s, this way it kept the book young and fresh, but also realistic that I could truly enjoy their story.
So, put Kelsey Kingsley on your list for upcoming authors, I can wait to see what else she brings us.