Series: Holiday Romance #2
Published by Bluefields on 2020-01-30
Length: 134 pages
Reviewing Kindle from Kindle Unlimited
Reading Challenges: 2020 Finishing the Series Reading Challenge, 2020 New Release Challenge
After Evan's relationship fail during Christmas vacation, he heads back to college with a new plan. It's time for a break from dating. He doesn't want to quit the game completely though. Garland, his funny, lovable, down-to-earth roommate, is constantly talking to girls. And never asking them out.
Evan might be on a romantic hiatus but that doesn't mean he can't help his best friend find love. So, when Evan meets Abby in student government class, he trades in his player card for Cupid's bow. She and Garland would be perfect together and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to know they'll never hook up without help.
His matchmaking scheme works brilliantly. A little too brilliantly. By the time Garland and Abby start hitting it off, Evan has grown quite fond of her. That's the problem with playing Cupid. If you're not careful, you run the risk of getting shot by your own arrow.
I adore this book! The Problem With Cupid by Robin Daniels is the second book in her novella series Holiday Romance and follows Evan, the failed romantic interest from book one. If you enjoy romantic comedies and sweet romance, you are in for a treat with this one.
I loved Evan in the first book, so when I saw that he was getting his own story (at Valentine’s Day no less!) I knew I had to read it. Evan is the classic playboy, lots of dating and never really into anything serious. After his failed attempt to date Garland’s sister over Christmas break, Evan is reevaluating his love life and taking a pause on the dating scene. But just because he’s hitting the breaks doesn’t mean his roommate has too. And so Evan decides to play Cupid. He will set his quirky roommate up with the perfect girl….as soon as he finds her.
Meet Abby. Abby is the quintessential nerdy, shy girl. And she’s hot. Perfect for Garland in Evan’s opinion. Abby is sweet, her sense of humor odd, but she makes Evan laugh. And she intrigues him. He can’t get enough of his new friend. The only problem, he’s supposed to be finding a girl for Garland, not himself.
Overall I really enjoyed this short holiday romance. Robin Daniels delivers a sweet, steamy romance that will leave you smiling long after you finish the book. If you enjoy novellas and college romance, I highly recommend it!