F*cking Frank (Smirk Series Book 1) by Jen Luerssen – Review by Liz Vrchota

F*cking Frank (Smirk Series Book 1)F*cking Frank by Jen Luerssen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

OMG! This book was a riot! From the moment I read the blurb and laughed out loud to the very last page this was hilarious and a great escape. I have not had the the pleasure of reading anything from Jen Luerssen before picking up F*cking Frank but I have to tell you I will be stalking, er I mean following faithfully lol, her from now on! I hate to seem a bit too repetitive but if you happen to not read the little blurbs before you read the reviews or not at all I just have to include it in the review. This was what sold me on this book, and I loved it!
I’m F*cking Frank (yeah there’s an asterisk, worked for that kids book, didn’t it?) and this book is about me and Mikey. You’d probably rather be in Mikey’s head since she’s not as much of an asshole, but unfortunately, the author finds me more interesting.
Mikey and I were literally separated at birth, and when we get back together, it’s pretty great. She could do way better, but who am I to set her standards? I make music, she makes wine. Together we mostly argue and f*ck (jeez, even here an asterisk?), so you know, we’re perfect for each other. At least I think we are, she wants to keep it casual and like a jerk I fell in love.

She and I f*ck a lot, hopefully it’s enough for you pervs. I mean, Myself? I like a good paranormal with maybe two or three powerful demigods or shifters going at it, but you do you.

Where was I? Yeah, so buy this book if you like my abs and that vee thing Mikey swoons over. You could get the ebook version or you could buy the paperback and show my abs off like nature intended.

“Hey Carol, what are you reading?” I ask.

“Um, War and Peace,” you say and I know you are lying your face off, Carol. You like romance, own that shit!

So go ahead, buy this book, read it in three hours, and move on to the next one that will be undervalued by snobs with no joy in their life.

And.. This book is just that. A direct POV novel told by Frank. He is one blunt and sarcastic man, and I loved the way he caught me off guard even when I thought that I had gotten used to him as a character. This book is also really interactive and directly refers to the you the reader often, which was a fun and new twist, one I have rarely seen in novels. I loved the steam level and the underlying lesson that came from the romance part. Overall this book was the perfect rom-com, mostly steamy comedy to spend the afternoon laughing with. I can’t wait to get my hands on the next one in the series, and other books by Hen Luerssen! Thanks for a great read and lots of laughs!

Review by @lizaileen
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