Next stop on our meander down Memory Lane is an oldie but goodie: Hex and the Single Girl by Valerie Frankel. Not gonna lie – I bought the book because of the cover. How cute is the little frog in the bag?? Seriously!?!
Hex and the Single Girl is possibly one of the cutest and funniest novels I’ve ever read. I can easily sit down and lose myself in it for a few hours without realizing time has passed. My son, obviously, is not a fan of the book. : ) There are no brooding vampires or drop-dead-sexy werewolves; just a shy matchmaker with the ability to transmit images into other peoples’ heads. She also has a very active imagination, and the scene where she “sees” William, the love interest, performing an intimate act…holy mother of cocoa beans!
Every time I read this book, I find more and more scenes that make me spew coffee out of my nose. You’d think I’d learn not to drink coffee while reading it! Hex and the Single Girl is more than the sexiness of the love interest and the eggcellent humor injected into every scene – it’s also a very sweet romance. I found myself close to tearing up several times when it looked like the love birds weren’t going to find a way to be together. Very impressive, considering the short length of the novel.
My review is located here: http://www.bittenbybooks.com/35355/hex-and-the-single-girl-valerie-frankel/. What I expect from me – because you KNOW you have to chit chat with me – is simple:
1) Read the review
2) Tell me if you’ve read the book
3) Tell me if you’d LIKE to read the book and why
Still no giveaway folks, but one is pending. CAN YOU FEEEEL THE EGGCITEMENT??