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    Man Hands 5 Stars

    Man Hands by the incredible talented author Sarina Bowen is the first book in the Man Hands Series. Meet Brynn, she´s a freshly divorced 34 year old woman. Her life is bla. Until she runs full force into a wall of muscle. Meet Tom. Tom is a 38 year old reality Tv star. He wants nothing more than peace and quiet. He has his own baggage. But he can´t get her out of his head. Fate/Karma is good to him and he finds her. And now the real fun begins. Man Hands is a witty and fun read. The characters are great. I love the writing, the story and the characters. I could feel the characters emotions in the words. And the words, oh swoon - " flosses with beaver fur ". I started reading and was hooked from page one. I read Man Hands in one sitting, I couldn´t put it down. I´d like to unread the book and read it all over again for the first time. I really, greatly enjoyed this book. I highly recommend Man Hands and wish I could give more than 5 stars. Thank you so much, Sarina Bowen !
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    So quirky you may pee in yojr pants.

    Funny, cheerful, bright. A three stooges life where disaster is living and loving. Nothing serious here, folk, except for the get out of your head a little and visit amazing new friends.
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    love the humor!

    4.5☆ Man Hands has such quirky humor and I loved that it felt uniquely funny. Tom and Brynn have a new way of meeting and I liked the storyline and the twists in their relationship. It was a super fun read and I am excited for Man Card!
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    Hilarious!

    Poor Brynn just went through a divorce and lost her job working for her father in-law. Her girls just want to cheer her up by taking her to a house party. They aren't there 5 minutes when she finds that her ex is there with another woman. To stave off Brynn's panic, Ash convinces her to turn around and kiss the next man she makes eye contact with. Byrnn is so panicked, she charges like a bull in a china shop straight at Tom, who she believes is the gardener, and leaps into his arms. Tom doesn't know what to think of this women except how good she feels in his arms. These two are so engrossed with each other, they forget they are surrounded with party guests and he takes her to the boat house to finish what she started. Little do they know they are being filmed in the act and turns out, Tom is not the gardener. Tom is a famous reality tv fixer upper guy. When the video gets leaked, these two authors provide us endless entertainment of Tom and Brynn trying desperately to fix the situation. What a cute, silly and incredibly hilarious book! This was such an enjoyable audio book to listen too. Luke Daniels and Muffy Newtown did a fantastic job of narrating this book. I was laughing so hard throughout this book. The comedy was spot on and I loved it! I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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    A lovely romance with a strong comedic element

    Brynn is a teacher, after divorcing her husband she is suddenly 'let go' by her boss (and ex-father-in-law), forced to survive on her food blog "Brynn's Dips and Balls" and cookery books. She has two almost polar opposite friends - Ash is a blonde, cut-throat estate agent, Sadie is a hippy married mother of two. Their so-called advice consists of recommending that Brynn steer away from her usual type of weedy, intellectual, vegetarian man and instead go for someone manly, rough and butch. At a party thrown by Ash's mortal enemy Braht, Brynn sees her ex draped all over a younger, slimmer version of Brynn, her 'friends' advise her to run up to the nearest man who makes eye contact and kiss him. I mean really, is that ever good advice? Tom is a reality TV star who specialises in renovating homes. When a curvy woman launches herself at him while he is tending the garden he is astonished but game for anything. Brynn and Tom have a passionate encounter in the boat shed but unbeknownst to them someone filmed them. A few days later the sex tape is all over the internet and as damage control Tom's agent suggests they legitimise their one-night stand by pretending to be a couple and getting fake-engaged. Whilst plenty of others have raved about the humour in this book I honestly found it a bit juvenile - I mean how many times can you laugh at the word 'balls'? Brynn is described as curvy, sturdy and overweight (although of course that doesn't stop her wearing underwear made entirely of ribbons) and given the level of humour I picture her as a bit like the comedian Rebel Wilson. Overall, I liked the story, I loved Tom and I liked Brynn when she wasn't sniggering like a little schoolkid but this didn't have the subtlety of Sarina's other works for me and the humour was too extravagant, too forced, too silly. Still one of my favourite authors.
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