The Consequence of Loving Colton by Rachel Van Dyken

RATING: READ IT

“Half my cousins were conceived by Boyz II Men.”
“And when you say conceived, you mean to the song.”
Max laughed. “Or do I?”

For a while now, I’ve been told that I need to read Rachel Van Dyken, and this weekend, I decided it was finally time—starting with The Consequence of Loving Colton, a book I was assured was laugh-out-loud funny and super fun.

And guys, they were right. It. Was. Hilarious.

I mean, it was also borderline ridiculous at times, but it brought to mind classic slapstick comedy, and I definitely had fun reading it. Colton + Milo were just . . . crazy. But good crazy. Happy crazy. Funny crazy. And maybe a little bit crazy, crazy.

coltonIt’s a friends-to-lovers romance, which is a favorite trope of mine, and the secondary characters are scene-stealers. Which bodes well for the rest of this series, because The Consequence of Loving Colton is just the first of four, meaning I have a lot of ridiculous-and-ridiculously-good reading ahead of me.

Honestly, if the coming books are as good as this ‘retro’ read {it was released in 2015—that’s how behind on my RVD reading I am!}, I’m in for pratfalls, horny grandmothers, accidental dunkings, a shrew or two and, Lord, who knows what else? Not me, not that I care.

If over-the-top, back-to-back jokes are your thing, then this is most definitely a book you want to get on your Kindle ASAP. If they’re not, can I encourage you to give this one a try nonetheless? It might not be constant laughs for you, but it’s a flirty, feel good story and a great escape from the real world for a few hours—and a recommendation I feel safe passing along.

“Kissing you is terrifying, breathing your same air makes my knees weak, when I’m around you it’s a tie between wanting to chase you down—or just kiss you until you can’t breathe.”

As of 04.03.2018, The Consequence of Loving Colton is available with Kindle Unlimited.

For exclusive content, bonus and deleted scenes, and excerpts, make sure you’re following Rachel Van Dyken on Book+Main: https://bookandmainbites.com/RachVD

About Beth Cranford | KUBR

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

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