17 May Review: Beauty and the Beefcake by Pippa Grant
Dear god, thank you for the brilliance that is Pippa Grant and her crazy, silly, gut-busting sense of humor.
Seriously. We should all be saying that thank you because who else would be able to spin such an amazing, smart, funny, sexy tale between a ventriloquist and a hockey player who mostly communicates in grunts and inappropriate GIFs and has an emotional support monkey as a sidekick? Yeah, you read that correctly. Emotional. Support. Monkey. Who’s a cockblocker too.
I knew Ares and Felicity’s story would be a deep one. That Ares . . . err . . . communication style would have a reason, a real one not something stupid. And that Felicity would just “get” him, “see” him. And I was so damn right.
I loved each and every one of their interactions. Loved Felicity’s voices and her ability to use them for both good and evil. Loved how deeply she loved, and felt, and really just wanted to be “normal” when in reality she’s the best person in the whole room.
I couldn’t read Beauty and the Beefcake fast enough. I devoured Ares and Felicity’s story. I loved them together. In between my belly aching laughter, I loved how they loved and accepted each other with all their perfectly imperfect parts. ~ Missy, 5 stars