Publication Date: April 12, 2013
Series: No-one Ever Has Sex Series #1
Genres: Chick Lit
Format: Kindle Unlimited
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Never has a late-night stand led to such chaos!
Childhood sweethearts Matthew and Katy agree they must never see each other ever again after they end up in bed together following a school re-union.
So all is forgotten...until eight months later when a shock meeting at an antenatal class forces them to confront the fact that Matthew could be the father of Katy's baby. Oblivious to the mayhem unfolding, Matthews highly strung wife frets over giving birth to twins and Katy's much younger boyfriend refuses to take fatherhood seriously.
Love and life are messy but Katy and Matthew take things to a whole new level as deep emotions begin to resurface and hormones run riot.
How will they navigate their way through this almighty pick-up?
This is a really cute book. I have been reading a ton of romances that deal with heavy topics lately and I needed something to wind down with. This book worked! No-One Ever Has Sex on a Tuesday is a humorous chick lit novel (although I found the last 50% of the book to be much funnier than the first 50%). This is a novel about pregnancy, not taking life too seriously, and true love (even if it takes a few hiccups along the way to be perfected). It is the first book in the series and each book must be read in order as it follows the same couple through each book. I recommend it to anyone who is looking for a quick and fun read! I can’t wait to read the next book to see what happens next (parenthood could be super funny for these two!).
I don’t have too much to say about this one as it truly is a quick read (the PB is 220 pages) but I will warn readers that there is a minor cheating incident that takes place. The heroine of the story actually doesn’t know who the father of her baby is until she gives birth. However, it doesn’t come off as very serious in the story. Sure, it is a major part of the plot, but it doesn’t sit too heavy. I know many readers will stray from books with cheating in them, so I wanted to give fair warning beforehand.