Just Another Silly Love Song

Rich Amooi

Rom Com
Two rival radio personalities. Lori Martin is a positive and upbeat DJ, known for playing love songs and dedications. Ben Baxter dishes out no-nonsense, in-your-face relationship advice. Total opposites. Never in a million years would they want to work together. Fired for losing her cool after her boyfriend breaks up with her on the air, Lori surprisingly receives a job offer for the coveted morning show at the radio station across town where Ben works. She thinks she’s replacing him, but finds out they want to team up Lori with her archenemy to set the air waves on fire and boost ratings. Financially strapped, she can’t turn down the job. While their on-air fireworks and explosive chemistry make for great listening, what in the world will happen after work hours?

Welcome back everyone, Rich is one of the few male authors who I believe can truly write from a woman’s point of view without making us sound like idiots.

So of course, I had to sign up for the tour of his latest book!

I remember there was something I wasn’t a fan of early on, but I honestly can’t remember what that was as I sit down to write this review. Does that tell you how minor it was? It really wasn’t much!

What really threw me when I started (coz silly me didn’t read the name at the start of the chapter) was that the fist chapter is from Ben’s point of view, NOT Lori’s like I was expecting. Usually when I read dual point of view romances the first chapter (excluding prologues) is from the woman’s point of view.

That meant the brashness, the brutal honesty just didn’t make sense to me. I’m one of few women who is like this and I’m frequently criticised for how upfront and “masculine” I am in the workplace. I was so confused when I thought Lori was meant to be soft and feminine.

It took one talk show with Ben for me to like him. And I fell in love with him in the second talk show. He was so honest, so straight forward, so to the point and was bang on with every person that it made for great reading. I think I loved his approach in the talk shows more than anything else!

O I remember something that annoyed me! The hiring practices! I can’t say too much coz it’ll ruin the ending. But. SERIOUSLY?! If that situation is coming, the company would’ve known for a few months. Hiring would’ve been impacted and so that situation would NEVER have happened! Just doesn’t make sense to me.

Yet, even in the face of that, Ben managed to use Lori’s grandma against her in so many ways throughout the book that I found myself laughing. Grandma Joyce was a great wingwoman/wingman and so perfect!

Thank you for reading and I hope you enjoyed this review, next week I will be reviewing Dance of the Heart by Lisa Kessler. Continue to read further down to find out about the author and any extra giveaways available.

Author Bio

Rich Amooi is the Amazon #1 Bestselling author of 15 romantic comedies, including It’s Not PMS, It’s You, Dying to Meet You, There’s Something About a Cowboy, and Madam Love, Actually. 

A former radio personality and wedding DJ, Rich now writes romantic comedies full-time in San Diego, California, and is happily married to a kiss monster imported from Spain. Rich believes in public displays of affection, silliness, infinite possibilities, donuts, gratitude, laughter, and happily ever after.


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