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Review by The Romance Reviews
667 WAYS TO F*UCK UP MY LIFE was funny as hell from beginning to end... every page was a look at the silly, goofball side of life that we all wish could happen after deciding to just say FUCK IT!!! Bottom Line: This is a really fun and funny read! You'll simultaneously throw a mental "you go girl!" and clench your cheeks in sympathetic embarrassment for our heroine. Stellar job, Ms. Woodhull! -
Review by The Jeep Diva
How do I begin to describe a book that had me laughing to hard my sides hurt? Honestly, I expected to chuckle but not have tears streaming down my face from laughing.
As my very first book, and certainly not the last, 667 Ways to F*ck Up My Life was a killer introduction to author Lucy Woodhull. This fast-paced book was loaded with laughs, a few tears, and characters I would love to have as friends. I think I may have just found my new go-to book and author when I need a pick-me-up. As for my recommendation – Read. 667 Ways to F*ck Up My Life. Now.
Review by Ellie
Lucy Woodhull has done it again! To put it simply, her books entertain! And tell us a little about ourselves in the process. Every woman who ever wished at some time in her life that she could find a way to pay back some scumbag needs to read this book! It makes you laugh out loud - and it also makes you think. What if - just once - you could F*CK up your life? Maybe not to the extent of 667 ways ... maybe just a little bit. READ DAGMAR'S STORY. Women of the world, there is a way! You just have to find it.
Review by Kim Roberts
This book is a must-read for anybody who's ever had, "One of those days," or, "One of those lives..." That's much of the population, I dare say! Dagmar is such an engaging, relatable, and hilarious heroine. She feels like a friend. Have you ever tried so hard, so often, and failed and seemed to be punished for your good deeds? I have. So, reading about a character who gets tired of trying to win, and actually sets about fail, (and accidentally fails at failing), is not only refreshing, it's the best kind of vicarious living. My life is currently in FAIL mode at the moment, but 667 Ways to F*ck Up My Life, makes me laugh. And gives me hope. Who doesn't need a guaranteed moment of happiness? This book is full of them.
Review by Nanna
A fun, fizzy, fast read with a lovable f*ck-up of a heroine, a deliciously steamy love interest, and a strong female friendship! If you enjoy quality rom com stories, and are looking for something to carry you through the upcoming rainy September weekends, this is the book for you!