Myles is a middle aged virgin and it fits he has a special relationship with his hoover. Although scared that he’ll die alone he has come to terms with it. That is until he meets a waitress at Daly’s diner.
Yvette works at the diner and is intrigued by Myles. Through Murphy’s Law they become friends and then Yvette becomes his girl. I peed my pants when it came to Myles meeting the parents. But at some point it swayed too much into ridiculous territory.
All in all a pleasant read and I wish I could have given it more than 3 stars. Please note that this is my personal opinion on the book and that each person will feel differently about it when they read it. In this case it is me that didn't sync with the book.
On a scale from 1 to 10 in how bizarre this book is I give it 10. I’m not entirely sure how I feel about this book to be honest. I didn’t know if I should pity Myles or hug him. I think I felt more empathy for him for the poor sod that he is. This is a book about normal looking people and normal people. It is a down to earth read. There were also a lot of funny moments in the book but there were some things that I think that some people could be offended by.
Reviewed by Kate Phoenix
When I was snortlaughing by the middle of the third paragraph, I set my expectations pretty high. By the end of chapter two, I was all "okay, so the love storyline is basically sorted then... I need to stop taking notes for my review and read this book, cuz I wanna know how this is gonna play out!"
And OMG, y'all, I'm so glad I did! This book! This book was straight up a clustermuck of Murphy's Law striking again and again, in the funniest of ways possible. Like, side splitting hilarious, for serious. I haven't laughed this hard at a book in a while!
And then the ending! Woah. I totally didn't see that. I should have known with "Chronicles" in the title, I'd be needing a book 2, but I had no idea our authors would leave it like that.
Note: I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Reviewed by Bekeh