Friday, October 14, 2016

BOOK REVIEW: The Two-Night One-Night Stand by Ryan Ringbloom

4.25 Stars

It’s Halloween night and having broken up with her boyfriend the previous Christmas, Holly Martin is in costume at a bar waiting for her blind date. Enter Matthew Daniels, a physician’s assistant, meeting his brothers for drinks after a long day in the ER. In scrubs, Holly mistakes him as her blind date and Mathew, having not had sex in 17 months, 6 days, 11 hours, and 43 minutes, battles with his conscious, or more specifically his peen, over whether to correct this case of mistaken identity or go with the flow. Peen pushes him in the right direction, and it turns out this is Holly’s lucky break. Her real date is a real jerk, and Matty is quite the nerdy prince.  For all the ladies sick of the manwhore type, this read’s for you. Matthew is an all round good guy.

Told via Holly and Matthew’s alternating first person POV, The Two-Night One-Night Stand is a cute romantic comedy. The pair have their fair share of mishaps in their journey from a one night stand to a dating relationship.  Alcohol is not always Holly’s best friend…
“It’s official, the combination of white wine and Fireball is the equivalent to female Viagra.”
And the “Peen-nut gallery” does not always act in Matty’s best interest.
 “I think I hear Peen laugh at me. This is his fault. I blame him for hoarding most of the blood supply, leaving my brain depleted.”
Matty’s conversations with his penis were a humorous addition to this light-hearted tale. If you’re looking for the kind of romantic read that puts a smile on your face, this is definitely one to 1-click.
“Happy HallowPEEN!”

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