Review – Single Dad Seeks Juliet by Max Monroe

Dear Internet: Am I a horrible person for wanting to sabotage my work assignment—completely wreck a dating contest—because I hate the idea of love?

I know it sounds bad, but just hear me out, okay?

I (33F) work at a local paper, and two months ago, my editor assigned me a huge project—run the upcoming, highly anticipated Bachelor Anonymous contest.

In essence, I’m supposed to help a reader-nominated bachelor find his special someone, and while I should be excited to handle something of this magnitude solo, I can’t help but get queasy over how gross it feels.

Like, how cheesy could this thing get?

Not to mention, I’m the last person who should be involved in this—my dating and relationship history is a cluster. Generally, the person in charge of these things shouldn’t fantasize about lighting the whole three-ring dating circus on fire.

Anyway, men from all over Southern California, vying for the coveted bachelor role, submitted their personal ads to my paper. The readers voted, and Single Dad Seeks Juliet won by a landslide.

Enter Mr. Bachelor Anonymous (40M), the single dad Romeo seeking his Juliet.

Blah, blah, blah, right? Wrong.

You guys—and I cannot stress this enough—this guy is the ultimate man in a six-foot-three, chiseled-muscle, freaking Adonis package with aquamarine eyes that would haunt the dreams of an insomniac.

He’s a former Navy SEAL, successful business owner, motocross-riding, charming, supportive, funny-as-heck single dad, and the more time I spend with him, the more I want to bring this contest thing crumbling to the ground for an entirely different reason.

Real talk: I think I’m falling for him.

Me, the woman who despises love, might be falling for the completely off-limits Bachelor who I’m ironically assigned to help find love, while five other women think they’re the only contestants competing for his heart.

So, Internet. Am I scum? Or is all fair in love and war?

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NO SPOILERS!

Single Dad Seeks Juliet was a funny, sexy, entertaining, and swoon-worthy standalone single dad romantic comedy with an engaging storyline that melted my heart, fabulous and lovable cast of characters that made me smile and laugh, and an unforgettable romance that made me swoon like crazy from start to finish.

   The storyline was fantastic. Max Monroe are QUEENS at romantic comedy, but throw in the single dad trope, and boom…you’ve got an instant romantic hit that will knock your socks off and keep you highly entertained from beginning to end. I laughed, smiled, and swooned my ever-loving heart out, and was ecstatic with the conclusion to Jake and Holley’s story.

   The characters were the BEST. I absolutely loved Jake and Holley. Jake was the swooniest single dad ever, and Holley was awkwardly quirky and adorable. Together they were perfection, and I couldn’t have loved them more. Most of the side characters were a blast as well, and I loved them equally as much as Jake and Holley.

   Single Dad Seeks Juliet was quintessential Max Monroe and everything a romantic comedy should be. I absolutely LOVED Jake and Holley’s funny, sexy, swoon-worthy, and entertaining MUST READ story and would highly recommend it!

5 STARS

About Max Monroe

A duo of romance authors team up under the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling pseudonym Max Monroe to bring you sexy, laugh-out-loud reads.

Max Monroe is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of more than ten contemporary romance titles. Favorite writing partners and long time friends, Max and Monroe strive to live and write all the fun, sexy swoon so often missing from their Facebook newsfeed. Sarcastic by nature, their two writing souls feel like they’ve found their other half. This is their most favorite adventure thus far.

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