Review: Undercover Bromance by Lyssa Kay Adams

Undercover Bromance by Lyssa Kay Adams
Berkely, 2020
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Confession: I reeeeeeaaally didn’t like Mack and Liv when I read The Bromance Book Club. Like not as in them being together but just in general.

But their story, Undercover Bromance, is SO GOOD. So now I love Mack. And I (mostly) love Liv.

There’s also a scene that made my immature little heart soar. I laughed until I cried. Keep an eye out for it.

This book is smart and hilarious and just the perfect amount of cheesy ALL while still tackling extremely serious issues like sexual harassment and even assault. Also toxic masculinity and Patriarchy.

It also dances around the idea that while women don’t NEED men to protect us or fight our battles…it’s nice when they want to help because they have an inherent privilege and power that we don’t. And having that privilege and power working on side of good is a good thing.

I mean, I CAN drag a chair across the kitchen floor and climb it to reach a heavy box from the top shelf. But it’s nice to be able to ask my husband to just reach up and get it for me. He’s taller. That’s not weakness. It’s a good use of resources.

Anywho, I LOVED Undercover Bromance. So impressed by this series. Thank you Netgalley and Berkely for the opportunity to read an advanced copy. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book and all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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