My Review of “I Flipping Love You” by Helena Hunting St. Martin’s Press May 29, 2018
“I Flipping Love You” by Helena Hunting is an enjoyable, amusing, predictable story and a light read. The Genres for this story are Fiction, Women’s Fiction and Suspense. The story takes place in the Hamptons, and in New York City. The timeline is mostly in the present and goes to the past when it pertains to the characters or events in the story.
Helena Hunting describes her characters as likable, with problems and challenges. Rina Sutter and her twin sister grew up extremely wealthy, and were used to an elegant and luxurious lifestyle, until a tragic family scandal caused the twins to lose almost everything they had. The twins have started a career in real estate and flipping houses. Rian is the Mathematical genius and deals with the finances.
Pierce Whitfield and his family grew up with very little, and their father was able to change their circumstances so now they are very wealthy. Pierce is an attorney working in New York City, but enjoys working with his brother fixing up houses and renting and selling them.
From the get-go, Pierce and Rian seem to get along like oil and water, but there is no missing the fiery exchange between them. Of course, the real estate dealing is complicated, and competitive.
I enjoyed this novel and would recommend it to readers that enjoy stories with romance. I received an ARC from NetGalley for my honest review.
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Kip Addotta is an American comedian/actor notable for often being featured on The Tonight Show, The Larry Sanders Show, and the syndicated show Make Me Laugh, among many others. He was also featured on The Dr. Demento Show radio show for his songs, “Wet Dream,” “Big Cock Roach,” and “Life in the Slaw Lane,” a series of fish and vegetable malapropisms that, together, form a storyline. In 1989 he released “I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus.” In 1995 Kip Addotta released a DVD, “Live From Maximum Security!”
His autobiography begins with his first interactions with “The Mob” in his early childhood, his nightmarish life with his father until he was on his own at 15 years of age, through his marriages, and how he became one of the best and most famous stand-up comedians of his time. Kip Addotta tells all. He names names and details the how-to and fine-tuning of comedy.
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