Review: Man Crush Monday by Kirsty Moseley

Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Enticing Journey Book Promotions.

The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window has been on my to-be-read list for quite a few years, but Kirsty Moseley was a new-to-me author when I started reading Man Crush Monday, her newest release. This romantic comedy read was a joy to read, with a totally lighthearted feel that elicited laughs out of me along with some silly grins. There was also a hint of angst, which was more than enough to satisfy the angst addict in me. We're introduced to Amy Clarke, a singleton who works as a ticket conductor on the train route from Cambridge to London. She's not necessarily actively looking for a significant other in her life, but five months ago, she met HIM--her Man Crush Monday. He's tall and gorgeous with a geek feel to him, which is exactly her type. In all that time, she's never learned his name, but she does know that he hops the train every other week. When she literally bumps into him outside of a coffee shop, the spark between them quickly ignites into from being smitten with him to falling for him. Could her crush lead to forever or will fate have other plans that may leave her feeling crushed?

This was a really fabulous read, one that brightened my day. Now, me being new to Kirsty Moseley's writing and all, I have no clue how her other books are, but if this rom-com of hers is indicative of how her storytelling is in general, then I've clearly been missing out all this time! I adored Amy! She was, at times, awkward yet confident. She was sweet, smart, and had a good attitude about life in general. As far as her romance with her Man Crush Monday goes, I figured out the twist as soon as they bumped into each other away from the train, but that didn't take away from my overall enjoyment of this book. After all, the twist is only a tiny aspect of the story, and this book had a heck of a lot more than "just" that going for it. I'm trying to stop myself from giving away any other details about the book because I don't want to spoil it for anyone out there who has yet to read it. My best advice would be to set aside a couple or so hours and find a comfy spot because once you dive in, you're not going to want to be distracted. Man Crush Monday gets five stars. Now, I need to add Moseley's other books to my TBR list! ♥

Release Date: 03 February 2020

Date Read: 02 February 2020

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