Undercover Bromance Review
Title: Undercover Bromance
Author: Lyssa Kay Adams
Style: Romantic Comedy, Contemporary Romance
“There’s no force on Earth as strong as a woman who is good and fed up.”
Liv Papandreas works for the hottest restaurant in town as a pastry chef. Unfortunately, the celebrity chef and owner, Royce, is a horrible human being. When Liv catches him harassing a young hostess she confronts him and she gets fired. When Royce uses his power to prevent Liv from getting a new job she becomes desperate to expose him for the jerk he is. She turns for Braden Mack for help. They can't do it alone and need to enlist the Bromance Book Club for help. The group works together to set up a complex operation to finally expose Royce.
I went into this book blind. I didn't read the synopsis. I became giddy with excitement when I found out that Mack was one of the main characters. He was my favorite character in the first book. I love his humor! It was neat to get to know him a little better. Liv was my least favorite character but I really enjoyed her in this novel. Having the story told from her perspective let me get a glimpse into why she is the way she is. She definitely grew on me. The storyline tackles a pretty tough subject matter but is also an important one. Lyssa intertwines this tough subject with a great love story and a little humor with strong female characters. I liked this one a bit more than the first and look forward to continuing the series.