Birthquake by B.L. Berry

Birthquake by B.L. Berry
Pages: 327
on September 21, 2017

WARNING: Highly prone to spontaneous fits of delirium, irrational logic and violent, unpredictable mood swings. This individual has been sober, swollen and hungry for the past nine months, so proceed with caution and handle with care. Anything said during the course of labor and delivery should not be taken seriously. Side effects may last up to eighteen years. Please consult your physician should castration occur. And never forget, this is all your fault.

Truly pinkish funny fairytale

Ok, so this one was really easy. Two guys meet on a plane, fall in love in a second and then they’re having a baby. It’s sweet, super funny, like really laughing and rolling on the floor funny and there’s no major drama or bullshit. The book is basically about the struggles of pregnancy, their relationship and how to deal with everything changing.

“Oh, hey! Remember that time I lost my Spanx when we decided to play hide the pickle during your brother’s wedding reception? Well, your pickle juice was potent and now we’re in one giant ass jam since I’m knocked up.” 

I really enjoyed reading it, it relaxed me big time and made me laugh so many times.
I gave it 4 stars, just because I usually love a book that keeps me from putting it down. The kind of book you read in one sitting, giving it all my attention. Well, that’s not the case with Birthquake, but it’s well written and I’m happy I was given the chance to review it. Even if I had not received the ARC, I would have bought it myself, no doubt about it.

ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.