KU Sunday Spotlight by KUBR + OCA

Welcome back to the KU Sunday Spotlight, brought to you by KU Book Reviews + the One-Click Addict Support Group! This week we are thrilled to bring you two hot + sexy nerds in two fabulous new books. Make sure you add them to your TBR!


 “You know that laugh of yours, the one you keep so annoyingly hidden? You should really use it more often because it can brighten some of the darkest days.”

For real, you WILL NOT be able to hold back your laughter when reading Co-WRECKER by Meghan Quinn.

Just… don’t even try. You’re fighting a losing battle, but it’s a fight you’ll happily, heartily and hysterically enjoy succumbing to.

I LOVED THIS BOOK. I wasn’t even 8% (EIGHT PERCENT, PEOPLE!) in when I had to stop and give my stomach a break. It hurt from the laughter—in the best possible way, of course.


There is no reason for me to yell that at you, except that it makes me laugh every time I see it, hear it or think of it, so I thought I’d share.


I’m also going to share all the good feels and things and moments in Co-WRECKER. Well, not ALL, because spoilers, man. But… Sadie + Andrew are so amazingly, incredibly, perfectly perfect together. They aren’t just funny—no, this is a couple that is also all feelsy and heartfelt and adorkable. They have humiliation and hurt and depth, and the journey down into those hurts, those depths? THE BEST.

Not only that, Sadie has these friends that are straight-up #FriendshipGoals. They’re smart, they’re kind, they’re kinda crazy, and they care. It’s the best blend; a no-holds-barred, honest friendship that helps even when it hurts, and gah… I want friends like that. (I have friends like that, actually. Go me!)

But wait, there’s more. Did I mention that Andrew is the hottest, nerdiest, bestest type of HOT NERD? (Shelly, are you reading this? GEEKY HERO!). Oof, this guy. He’s everything. All the things. ALL OF THEM. I love him so much. I honestly never thought that Meghan Quinn would be able to top Porter from the equally enjoyable and amusing The Mother Road, and then along came Andrew. Sweet, sexy, over-the-top-dramatic, hilarious Andrew

And let’s not forget Sadie. Cold-as-ice-cream Sadie, hiding away under that cool exterior.

Andrew + Sadie together are officially one of my all-time favorite couplings and I will be (I have been) thinking about them for DAYSSSSSSSS. I might even be thinking about Tucker, because I would 110% read a book about him. And Emma. Or Emma? Don’t know. Could go either way, just know that I AM HERE FOR IT WHEN IT HAPPENS AND SO HELP ME GOD, MEGHAN, PLEASE MAKE IT HAPPEN.

So, in conclusion, buy this book. It’s excellent. And if you can’t tell that I love, love, LOVED it from this review, then too bad. Andrew is ALL MINE.

“Do you see what you do to me? I’m on the verge of death every second you’re around, teetering in balance, wondering and waiting to see if you’ll press those luscious lips against mine, saving me from the darkness tapping me on the shoulder.”



You know when you’re reading a book and you cringe at the things they do. You yell at the heroine, “Why the eff did you do that?” Or when you know the H is making a mistake, but you’re really more annoyed with the author for writing it in such a predictable way? If you’ve ever felt that way {and really, who hasn’t?}, you need to read The Two-Night One-Night Stand by Ryan Ringbloom, because you will find all of those, “What the eff,” “Why’d you do that,” and “Geez, that was a mistake,” moments, but in this instance, you’ll believe it and think, “Ok, yeah, I could actually see that happening that way—even if sometimes it’s a little over the top.

This is the story of Matthew + Holly, one-night stand partners because of a mix up, but definitely MFEO*. Yes, I just used an acronym from Sleepless in Seattle. I don’t often use things like that, but this book was just so damn cute, I feel inspired to do so.

There were actual LOL moments throughout and while I loved Holly and her adorable insecurities, Matthew is a self-professed nerd that I completely fell for. He prattles off useless facts at the most inopportune times, he’s horrible at reading social cues, he’s a master at Jeopardy and he is constantly putting his foot in his mouth, but he is absolutely one of the sweetest, sexiest and most humble male leads I’ve read in a long, long time. Serious, major swoon.

Ms. Ringbloom is a new-to-me author, but I’m looking forward to checking out her other work. If they’re anything like The Two-Night One-Night Stand, I know I’ll be in for a treat.

{*Made For Each Other, in case you don’t remember the line in the movie.}

As of 03.26.2017, Co-WRECKER and The Two-Night One-Night Stand are available on Kindle Unlimited.

About Beth Cranford | KUBR

Book Reviewer. Wife. Mother. Crazy Person. Australian.

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