“Alice Clayton is such an entertaining writer!”
Amazing, witty, hysterical, delightful, amusing, blonde, brilliant, fabulous…
The list is endless and could go on forever. Alice Clayton is simply gifted. Her books are some of the funniest books I have ever read. I literally laugh out loud when I read them, I just can’t help it! I recently got my hands on one of her latest books called Nuts (the title alone should make you LOL) and L O V E D it! I have read all of her other books before this series and I could not get enough. I started off with one of her first books, Wallbanger (again with the catchy title), and I cried from laughing so hard. Anyone that can write a book from the perspective of a cat and can make you laugh that hard has some serious talent! Her books live up to all the hype that I have built up in my head and she will continue to stay on the pedestal that I have put her on!
Roxie Callahan has just started to make a name for herself in Los Angeles, literally catering to the rich and famous, when one skinny, carb-counting Hollywood wife takes her down with butter! That’s right… Butter… After her career is stalled she decides to help her tree-hugging mother run their diner in upstate New York. When she arrives back home, to her small town, she goes “nuts”for the local farmer, Leo. They are two peas in a pod. She is the peanut butter to his jelly. The apple to his orchard. (You get where I am going with this)… Will their chemistry last longer than the summer or will they be left out to pasture?
Maybe I put one too many puns in that summary, but I just couldn’t help it! This is a MUST read! I have already recommended it to everyone I know and my copy of the book is making it’s way through my closest friends.
If you are reading this Alice, we need to be friends! Anyone that can make me laugh that hard and loud from a book needs to be in my life! Although the two of us being in the same room with each other could end with us crying or peeing our pants, I am still very much interested!
What are you waiting for? Go read her book!