Crazy Stupid Bromance (Bromance Book Club #3) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the Bromance Book Club series.
- #1: The Bromance Book Club (Paperback): $16.00
- #2: Undercover Bromance (Bromance Book Club #2) (Paperback): $16.00
- #4: Isn't It Bromantic? (Bromance Book Club #4) (Paperback): $16.00
November 2020 Indie Next List
“Alexis’ life has been a bit crazy lately. In addition to uncovering a family secret, she owns a cat café, which has become a meeting ground for women who have experienced sexual harassment, and is in love with her best friend, Noah. Noah is also in love with Alexis and reluctantly receives help from the Bromance Book Club. Adams delivers a funny, romantic novel that touches on major issues, including the aftermath of speaking out about sexual harassment, forgiveness, compassion, and trust.”
— Anastasia Wiley, Rakestraw Books, Danville, CA
"[A] catchy premise with surprising wisdom and specificity."--New York Times Book Review on The Bromance Book Club
A LibraryReads Hall of Fame Title
A hacktivist and a cat café owner decode the friend zone in this romantic comedy from the author of Undercover Bromance.
Alexis Carlisle and her cat café, ToeBeans, have shot to fame after she came forward as a victim of a celebrity chef’s sexual harassment. When a new customer approaches to confide in her, the last thing Alexis expects is for the woman to claim they’re sisters. Unsure what to do, Alexis turns to the only man she trusts—her best friend, Noah Logan.
Computer genius Noah left his rebellious teenage hacker past behind to become a computer security expert. Now he only uses his old skills for the right cause. But Noah’s got a secret: He’s madly in love with Alexis. When she asks for his help, he wonders if the timing will ever be right to confess his crush.
Noah’s pals in The Bromance Book Club are more than willing to share their beloved “manuals” to help him go from bud to boyfriend. But he must decide if telling the truth is worth risking the best friendship he’s ever had.
About the Author
After a nearly 20-year career as a journalist, Lyssa Kay Adams's dreams of writing and publishing her own HEAs came true in 2015 with the release of her first novel. Today, she writes full-time from her home in Michigan with a pesky, fluffy K9 assistant named Domino who spends most of his day snoring on her desk (that is, when he's not burying things around the house).
An Indie Next and LibraryReads Pick
"The Bromance Book Club is a gloriously tongue-in-cheek celebration of all the things that make romance so entertaining. "—Entertainment Weekly
"Adams’s words help you believe that the right people find the right people."—Shondaland
"Blending comedy, romance and social commentary, Undercover Bromance is an adorable, ambitious success for a rising star in the genre."—Book Page (starred review)
“Adams’s latest combines humorous elements that balance the heavier themes of workplace harassment, resulting in a fast-paced romance that offers both laughs and greater social relevance.”—Library Journal
“Adams weaves in humor, complex emotions, and excerpts from the motivational story itself to create a satisfying courtship. A strong supporting cast, including Gavin’s book clubmates and his tiny, adorable twin daughters, helps flesh out the Legends community.”—Publishers Weekly
“A fun, sexy, and heartfelt love story that's equal parts romance and bromance.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Readers will look forward to more books in the Bromance Book Club series after this promising start.”—Booklist
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