Sundays are for Hangovers
by K. Webster and J.D. Hollyfield
Publication Date: May 21, 2018
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romantic Comedy
For nearly a year, they’ve been at war.
Cops. Forks. Eggs.
Two feuding neighbors who couldn’t be more opposite, forced to live next door to one another.
Neither is backing down.
She drives him crazy with her loud nineties rap music.
He gets under her skin the way he obsesses over his stupid perfect lawn.
She fantasizes about having sex with the hot nerd—but with duct tape over his dumb mouth.
He has dirty dreams of the bombshell beauty where he bangs the crazy right out of her—nightmares of course.
Anger isn’t the only thing heating up between these two.
They think this is a battle only one of them can win…
The growing attraction between them, though, seems to be far more stubborn than the two of them combined.
This was a funny read! All the crazy stuff Lilith did throughout the book was so over the top. Will and Lilith were perfect for each other. They both brought out the best and worst of each other.
Will was super strict about how he wanted his life to be because of his past. And Lilith was super carefree about the way she lived her life because of how she was raised.
They both were night and day but they both were just what they needed in their life. They balanced each other perfectly.
This book reminded me a lot of The Consequence of Loving Colton by Rachel Van Dyken! With all the crazy stuff Lilith did to Will.
I’m not going to lie…. it did at times seem to go a little overboard with all the stuff Lilith kept doing. She just went too far. But the majority of all her antics kept me laughing!
I absolutely loved how Will would blow up and just let out all his aggravation & aggression out on Lilith during their sex! Man… Will loved his wall sex!!! He did just the right amount of everything! I liked that a lot!
As I read on I was really struggling with Lilith character. The way she was with her parents… was hard to read. But I absolutely hated how she just didn’t put up a fight for herself or for Will. She would let her dad influence her and just blow up without talking first.
One argument in this book had me boiling. What Lilith did to Will I felt was so unacceptable. She never apologize for what she did to.
Lilith kept hitting Will during an argument . I lost all respect for her. Yes you can be mad. Hitting is never the answer. And I could tolerate a slap. But to just hit without explaining why….Was wrong. And to keep doing it was horrible. I know she wouldn’t like to be slapped at and to be swung at by anybody especially a man! Because a man hitting a woman is so much worse in everybody’s eyes. She shouldn’t have done that. It goes both ways.
Will was a good guy. He never once hit her back and he never took it out on her. But I really hated that part in this book.
Once we move on from that part in the book it was ok. Will fought for Lilith even when she was being a butthead about things.
Overall this was a good read. It was funny and light. And I’m glad I took a chance on it.
*ARC provided for an honest review*
About K. Webster
K Webster is the author of dozens romance books in many different genres including contemporary romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, and erotic romance. When not spending time with her husband of twelve years and two adorable children, she’s active on social media connecting with her readers.
Her other passions besides writing include reading and graphic design. K can always be found in front of her computer chasing her next idea and taking action. She looks forward to the day when she will see one of her titles on the big screen.
About J.D. Hollyfield
Creative designer, mother, wife, writer, part time superhero…
J.D. Hollyfield is a creative designer by day and superhero by night. When she is not trying to save the world one happy ending at a time, she enjoys the snuggles of her husband, son and three doxies. With her love for romance, and head full of book boyfriends, she was inspired to test her creative abilities and bring her own story to life.
Life in a Rut, Love not Included is her Debut Novel. J.D. Hollyfield lives in the Midwest, and is currently at work on blowing the minds of readers, with the additions of her new books and series, along with her charm, humor and HEA’s.