I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Tasty Mango by J.J. Knight
on July 19, 2021
Genres: Adult Romantic Comedy
Source: the author
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Ladies, you’ve never had a first date quite like this.
He’s a billionaire.
In fact, a certain article of clothing of mine has gotten quite damp.
It’s not the good kind of damp.
In fact, I’m suddenly very, very wet.
I’ve left out something important.
I’m nine months pregnant.
Don’t ask about the father.
I’d rather forget.
But I’m sitting in the fanciest restaurant you can imagine.
Opposite the man of my dreams.
It’s our first time alone together.
The start of something spectacular.
My water just broke.
Tasty Mango is a standalone romantic comedy about going into labor on a first date with a billionaire, the ensuing hilarity (and pushing) in a very expensive limo, and trying to manage a new relationship with the world’s most eligible bachelor while cleaning spit up out of your hair.
I adored this one, laughed so much, but it was also so sweet! As usual, Knight puts the characters in some of the most hilariously outrageous situations. It took me a minute to remember who Hannah was in relation to the Pickle series by this author, because I haven’t read the last one in that series yet. But I loved getting time with some of the characters I remembered from that series here. This is a standalone for sure, however the guest spots with characters from other books is fun if you’ve read those books as well. I’m not always someone who has to read all the billionaire romance books. Once in awhile though, I really do like them, and this one was perfect. I did realize there were two books with Donovan’s brother and I’ll have to go back and read those just because I want to know his story as well. I’m also mostly to the point where I am okay with the fact that I’ll never have kids, and I really before that even never had baby fever. But something about the way this story was written, I wanted to hold my own baby so bad.
There was a little twist with Hannah’s baby daddy, and it didn’t even turn out to be what I thought might happen from the little we knew about him from the beginning. As I said, this book was hilarious, and sweet, and definitely I recommend it as with the other books I’ve read by the author!
This book featured the wedding of the characters we met in Hot Pickle, which you can read my review of that one HERE.
About the Author:
JJ Knight is the USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance and romantic comedy.