Books from the Backlog is a fun way to feature some of those neglected books sitting on your bookshelf unread. If you are anything like me, you might be surprised by some of the unread books hiding in your stacks.
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This week’s neglected bookThe Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams
Series: Bromance Book Club #1
Published by Penguin, Berkley Publishing Group on November 5, 2019
Genres: Fiction, Romance, Romantic Comedy, Sports, Women
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The first rule of book club: You don't talk about book club.
Nashville Legends second baseman Gavin Scott's marriage is in major league trouble. He’s recently discovered a humiliating secret: his wife Thea has always faked the Big O. When he loses his cool at the revelation, it’s the final straw on their already strained relationship. Thea asks for a divorce, and Gavin realizes he’s let his pride and fear get the better of him.
Welcome to the Bromance Book Club.
Distraught and desperate, Gavin finds help from an unlikely source: a secret romance book club made up of Nashville's top alpha men. With the help of their current read, a steamy Regency titled Courting the Countess, the guys coach Gavin on saving his marriage. But it'll take a lot more than flowery words and grand gestures for this hapless Romeo to find his inner hero and win back the trust of his wife.
Why did I add The Bromance Book Club to my bookshelf?
I bought this book during a trip to a local bookstore back in December 2019. I had seen a lot of really positive reviews for the book from fellow bloggers and wanted to experience it for myself. But I brought it home and put it on my shelf where it has stayed. I tend to read this kind of book pretty quickly so you would think that I would have found the time for it by now. I did notice that the audiobook is available at my local library so I may end up picking that up since I tend to get to audiobooks a little quicker.
What are your thoughts? Have you read this book? Would you recommend it to others?