The Boyfriend Blog, an all-new standalone contemporary romance by USA Today bestselling author K.L. Grayson, is LIVE!
1. A frequent or regular male companion with whom one has a romantic or sexual relationship.
2. A myth. A legend. Impossible to find.
According to her eighty-year-old neighbor, Lizzie Donovan is looking for Mr. Right in all the wrong places. Though it’s made great fodder for her blog, Lizzie is finally tired of swiping left and awful blind dates, and she’s ready to take Mrs. Skinner’s advice and find love the old-fashioned way. Goodbye dating app, hello grocery store, book store, dog park, and wherever else she might be able to meet a good man. And she really has nothing to lose. Not only will she be entertained along the way, but even if she ends up alone, she’ll always have her longtime best friend, Aiden, by her side.
Friend zone (n.)
1. A situation in which a friendship exists between two people, one of whom has an unreciprocated romantic or sexual interest in the other.
2. Location of Aiden Wallace.
According to his eighty-year-old neighbor, Aiden Wallace has been friend zoned. And that’s mostly his fault because instead of opening his eyes and seeing what was right in front of him, Aidan has spent the last several years enjoying the single life. But things have changed—he has changed—and now he needs his best friend, Lizzie, to stop shoving him into the friend zone so he can work at winning her heart. Until then, he’s stuck watching her string of dating disasters and wishing she’d believe him when he tells her he’s the one.
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“Finding Mr. Right, 4 stars”
Lizzie is on the hunt for Mr. Right. She’s sick of the string of bad dates she’s been on. On the bright side when she finally ditches the bad dates, she can go over to her best friend’s house and hang out with him. When her best friend starts dropping hints that he wants more will she agree with him? Or will the idea of ruining their friendship be too much for her?
Aiden has been friend-zoned, mainly his own doing. But mainly due to his own doing. Now he wants out of the box he’s found himself in, but the question is how. No one will ever take his place in Lizzie’s life. Will he be able to get the girl?
I got a kick out of these two. It was obvious from the get go that these two belonged together. They just clicked and honestly were basically already dating just without the benefits. Then you have the side characters, for example their neighbor who just makes you smile and laugh making the story that much better.
Grayson did good with The Boyfriend Blog, I hope you enjoy it.
Plot-4/5 Characters-4/5 Heat-4/5 Writing style-4/5 Overall-4/5
Cute romance novel. The Boyfriend blog is a heart warming romance novel. It was a quick read for me, but I really enjoyed reading it. I love the characters and the heat. What I think I've loved most about this book was The realistic way the author portrayed the plot.
Lizzie and Aiden where such great characters. I really connected with Lizzie. In my younger days I also had issues finding the one. Looking back I feel my own love story was somewhat similar to this book. Maybe that's why connected with it so much.
In conclusion, I would recommend this book to others and I would definitely read it again. This is a 5 star read for me.
Ratings: Plot: 5/5 Characters: 5/5 Heat: 5/5 Writing style: 5/5 Overall:5/5
The Boyfriend Blog
August 29, 2015
Boyfriend wanted: Loyal and funny. Wait…I just described a dog. I should buy a dog.
For real, though, Loyal and funny, that’s easy enough, right?
Do you ever ask yourself why dating in today’s society is so hard? Or where all the good guys are? Or what happened to dating before sex and *gasp* chivalry?
I wish I had the answers to those questions for you, but I don’t. Unfortunately, I’m scratching my head and wondering the same things you are, which is how I ended up here in the first place.
I never thought I’d be a blogger—especially one who writes about men and dating—and really, I’m not; I’m just a twenty-something girl who got her heart broken for the first time and, while drowning myself in a pint of cookie dough ice cream, thought to myself: Self, how many other girls out there are doing this exact thing? How many of us are loading up on carbs and sugar while mentally berating humans of the penis-wielding variety?
I know I can’t be the only one.
After proposing that same question to my sister, she suggested that I blog about it.
So, whether you’re like me and are swallowing past the bitter first taste of a broken heart, or you’re on your tenth helping and somehow keep finding the courage to go back for more, this blog is for you.
Let me start out by saying you are not alone.
Louder for the sobbing girl in the back: YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
Sit down, buckle up, and let’s enjoy this crazy ride of bad dating apps and even worse dates together.
P.S. Men suck. And not in a good way.
About K.L. Grayson
K.L. Grayson resides in a small town outside of St. Louis, MO. She is entertained
daily by her extraordinary husband, who will forever inspire every good quality she
writes in a man. Her entire life rests in the palms of six dirty little hands, and when the
day is over and those pint-sized cherubs have been washed and tucked into bed, you can find her typing away furiously on her computer. She has a love for alpha-males,
brownies, reading, tattoos, sunglasses, and happy endings…and not particularly in that
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