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My Pink Fairytales I need to start my thanking my friend, Isabella R. for reading this one first and writing that kind of review that made me instantly pick this book to read too.

That being said, now I just have to gather all my powers to explain why I loved this book so much.
It was the first time for me, falling instantly in love with both main characters.

“I’ve only heard horrible things about Angus Hayes. He’s a ruthless man and all-around terrible person. He’s often compared to a junkyard dog.”





Also the first time when the asshole anti-hero doesn’t infuriate me, but makes me laugh really hard. The more he glared and yelled and cursed, the more he made me love him. I knew he was just a big teddy bear. 🤗

“You don’t have any experience running an office.” “That’s not the most important fact about me.” “What is then?” My brown eyes find his nearly black ones, and I hold his gaze. “I’m excellent at tolerating assholes.” The corners of Hayes’s mouth curve upward. “You suck at interviews.” “You suck at keeping employees.”



The story itself if pretty simple and nothing much happens, but it overcompensates with strong main characters. It’s impossible not to admire their quick-witted banter or laugh at their foul mouth dialogues.

“You’re not any of those fucking people, you dipshit.” “I was going to fuck you right next to where my kids sleep!” I cry, “I never would do that crap, but you make me weak and dumb as fuck.” “Bullshit, idiot.” “Eat shit, asshole.” Hayes narrows his raging eyes. “Why did you kiss me?” “You got that sod for the kids, right?” “No, it’s for my dog,” he lies.





I’ve also figured out the way I want to raise my kids. Candy teaches her kids that usually in the world you have two options: be an asshole or be everyone’s bitch, by becoming a victim. It’s far fetched, and maybe “asshole” isn’t the right word, but I think it’s true.

“My kids need to know they shouldn't take shit from people they care about. If they do it once, it’ll be easier the second time, and then they’ll get used to doing it. Eventually, they’ll wake up as someone’s bitch.”



Another thing I loved was their no non-sense way of being, which was also reflected in the author’s way of writing. I’ve never seen a marriage proposal like that or that kind of epilogues.

Hayes glares at me. “I apologized.” “Yes, you did, but you didn’t mean it.” “Exactly. That’s why it means so much.” I nearly laugh at his exasperated expression. Instead, I gesture for him to continue. “Explain.” “If I were sorry, it’d be easy to apologize. I did something wrong, and I should apologize. Simple. Except I don’t think I was wrong, yet I’m still apologizing. I’m doing it anyway because your feelings matter more than mine. Doesn’t that make me the fucking nice guy here?”



Right from the first chapters I was so sure these two were made for each other.

“So she’s like a girl version of you.” “Yeah.” “No wonder you love her. You’ve always been arrogant,” he says, winking at me and then sliding out of the cart. “Figures you’d want to marry yourself.”





I need to show you one more thing:

“Sooner or later, this is happening,” he says, studying me. “You best prepare yourself.” “Prepare myself?” I ask, laughing. “Do you mean with yoga or stretching techniques to prepare for your massive... What’s a classy word for penis? Ooh, I know, I’ll call it a super, big humdinger.”







I don't know if I managed to convince you, but this book is FREE on Amazon , so you have nothing to lose.


message 2: by Caroline (last edited Aug 17, 2019 04:58PM) (new) - rated it 5 stars

Caroline Mongan My Pink Fairytales wrote: "I need to start my thanking my friend, Isabella R. for reading this one first and writing that kind of review that made me instantly pick this book to read too.

That being said, now I just have to..."


My Pink Fairytales wrote: "I need to start my thanking my friend, Isabella R. for reading this one first and writing that kind of review that made me instantly pick this book to read too.

That being said, now I just have to..."


If you never read another book this year PLEASE read this one- it will make you laugh out loud, it will make you cry and it absolutely makes you realise as corny as it sounds - family is all you need ! Much love Bijou xx No matter what day you have you pick up certain books and they transport you to different worlds- I have read many books by different authors and not many have this gift for people to be loyal to these authors for years and years - D.D Prince, Christine Feehan, Lora Leigh and Kristen Ashley these are the very few that you dont mind spending your well earned cash on, because you know they are true storytellers. My daughters are old enough now to be introduced to your books and I cant wait for their feedback- I was just wondering thou are you ever in London for your book signings and if not why not? Please come xx


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