Poppy Hathaway is a professional Cyrano – minus the honking great nose. Need a love note, raunchy sext, or apology letter so epic that your other half will forget you hesitated a beat too long when you asked, ‘does this make me look fat?’? She’s got you covered. But when her most frequent client, the annoyingly charming (or is that charmingly annoying?) Dylan Griffin comes to her with an unconventional new job, Poppy discovers that three little words can add up to one big complication.
Because Dylan doesn’t want help seducing another swimsuit model (for once in his life). He wants Poppy’s help winning over her his high-school crush (aka, his one true love) – and he’s prepared to make it worth her while. Throw in a summer Catskills trip that’s equal parts ‘Dirty Dancing’ and dirty-talking, and this Cupid is soon out of her depth – and head over heels with the last man she expected. But can she find the right words when it comes to her own heart? Or will this happily ever end in disaster?
I want him, and the feeling isn’t going anywhere fast. Did Cupid ever get hit by his own damn arrows? Because I need a cure for this crush, and fast.
Cupids Anonymous is the PERFECT SUMMER READ! Poppy and Dylan’s story was fantastic and had me hooked from the very first word!
Poppy is in the business of romance and Dylan is her biggest client. Dylan is a major playboy, but he doesn’t know how to woo a woman. That is until he meets Poppy and she becomes his words. He needs her to help win the heart of his high school crush, but what happens when you get struck by your own arrow?
Poppy and Dylan’s relationship was enjoyable and definitely not an easy one. Their chemistry was great. I loved Poppy and her group of friends, plus her unique job. Dylan, well he took some getting used to. He definitely comes across as a major jerk and playboy in the beginning and his pursuit over his crush was a little much, especially when you could feel the tension and chemistry between him and Poppy. Though, at the end he did redeem himself.
This was a fun, enjoyable and hilarious story. Perfect for a summer day!