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Isn't it bromantic? af Lyssa Kay Adams
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Isn't it bromantic? (udgave 2021)

af Lyssa Kay Adams (Forfatter)

Serier: Bromance Book Club (4)

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This might be better if you knew the back story, but it certainly doesn't make me want to spend more time on this series. ( )
  MarthaJeanne | Nov 25, 2021 |
A fun book to read while hunkered down during our recent hurricane/tropical storm. I’ve enjoyed the other books in the series but was not sure how I felt about a book starring the Russian, given his time in the other books was largely based in the bathroom and discussing his digestive issues. Thankfully, with the diagnosis of a gluten intolerance discussed early on, the book was largely free of bathroom issues. The story of Clad and Elena was sweet with a side of steamy. ( )
  julesbailey9 | Sep 1, 2021 |
I would give this my normal three stars except for the fact that the main female character at the onset of the book is on the trail of breaking they story of how her father was disappeared in Russia when she was a child and then that is abandoned until the end of the book. ( )
  littlemuls | Aug 28, 2021 |
I’ve been waiting for this book because this is one of the very few contemporary series I’m still reading, and I was frankly disappointed not to get the advance copy. Not that it stopped me because I got it soon after release and it felt like the perfect one for my august readathon prompt.

And this turned out to be as fun as I expected. When the author mentioned in the acknowledgements that she didn’t plan on writing a book for the Russian, I was surprised because he truly has been a fan favorite since the beginning. But I’m glad she did write this book because it was so much fun. Childhood best friends to lovers is my favorite trope and it was nice to find it in a book after a long time. But it was also equally angsty because there were so many misunderstandings and self-worth issues, but thankfully everything got resolved nicely. The whole idea of the hockey playing hero writing a romance novel was so unique, and perfect for the Bromance book club. The author used the process of writing of this book to highlight some of very tropey but wonderful little moments that we find in most romance novels, and also how much this writing process and the story helps in resolving the issues between the main couple in real life. The pacing is perfect, the humor very endearing and the depiction of friendships heartwarming, which made for a happy read.

Vlad is just such a nice guy. We are very used to seeing stereotypical depictions of jocks and American media’s representation of Russian people always skews towards the negative, so it was lovely to see Vlad depicted as just a king, compassionate, emotional man who loves everyone with all his heart, but is unsure if he is worthy of receiving the same. Elena on the other hand has gone through a lot in her life and is chasing the void left by her journalist father, wants the love of her best friend and husband but also doesn’t want to be a burden on him. Both of them stay away from each other despite the love they have, and it was nice to see them fight their vulnerabilities and conflicting feelings to finally get to be with each other.

The book club is always a delight and I thought they were amazing here as well, helping and pestering Vlad to open up about his problems as well as nudging him on his writing journey. The Loners is another group of women who may not have a man in their lives but are full of cutting insights about relationships. And then there’s another special appearance whose name I don’t wanna spoil, but adds a lot of intrigue and hilarity to the proceedings.

In the end, I was thoroughly entertained while reading the book and I’m glad this series has been equally fun since the beginning. While the various conversations in the book about romance and masculinity and body shaming may feel a tad bit superficial, but I think even such normal talks can help dispel some of the myths and stereotypes associated. I don’t know if this series is gonna continue, but if it does, I know I’ll be ready to read. ( )
  ksahitya1987 | Aug 20, 2021 |
Isn’t It Bromantic?
Bromance Book Club, Book 4

I Picked Up This Book Because: Continue the series.

Media Type: Audiobook
Source: Library
Dates Read: 7/27/21 - 7/30/21
Stars: 4 Stars

The Characters:

Vlad, aka The Russian: Little butt!!!
Elena Konnikova:


The Story:

Review to come but I really enjoyed it.

The Random Thoughts: ( )
  bookjunkie57 | Aug 12, 2021 |
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