Blue Beaver – J.B. Heller

Reviews by Yael Waknin


Did you know that flannel can be deceivingly sexy?

I’m Charlotte, and if blogging and devoting my life to fashion has taught me anything, it’s that flannel was never a good choice.

Turns out, I was wrong. So very wrong.

The first time I met Elijah he told me I was insane and I called him a lunatic.

Good times.

Then when he came to my rescue, like a knight dressed in flannel, I had to eat my words. Apparently, not all country folk are serial killers’ intent on feeding you to their pigs. I know right, I was shocked too!

Never in a million years did I imagine myself lusting after a dead sexy, flannel-clad, llama farmer. There’s no way it would ever happen. But he’s determined to change my mind.

And I think, I might just let him

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My review

Second Book in the Awkward Series – The First Book in the Series is Pink Bits

We’ve met Charlotte in the previous book; she was a friend of Reagan. Even then, we knew she had endometriosis.

Now, before I start writing about the book, let’s talk about the fact that there’s finally an author who has taken a topic that is hardly talked mentioned in books and certainly not up to the author’s level of a complex cycle – endometriosis.

**** For those who do not know what it is ****

Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the womb’s lining starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes. Endometriosis can affect women of any age. It’s a long-term condition that can significantly impact your life.

So you must have already understood that this is an unusual heroine. She’s not one of those heroines who eats a scoop of ice cream because her stomach hurts a little during menstruation or has no menstruation at all because it is not “important” in the book – here, her menstrual cycle is significant and very interesting.

Charlotte is a fashion blogger who knows she will have a hard time finding a guy who knows how to get along with her situation. She happens to run into Elijah (Eli) twice, and the second time, she’s not “just” runs into him; he is the person that helps her when he sees her car is stuck.

Don’t you think that this book was predictable and obvious. This book was anything but expected.

Eli’s character was very special (totally SWOON). He was lonely but not by choice. He really wanted someone. He works hard and is very dedicated to his family and his work – and also his Llama. Yes, Llama.

Eli and Charlotte could not be more opposite, but they still have to get along for a few hours together with no choice.

So here’s a sexy and quiet guy with a plaid flannel shirt. A beautiful, energetic, and fashion blogger woman, and between them, there is an engaging, funny, sensitive, delicious (I swear) story that you can’t miss.

Of course, the beautiful couple Reagan and Reth are making fun and good guest appearances here.

Highly recommend it (but start with the first book!)

Click here for an interview with the author

**The book is also can be found as – Llama Drama

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