Review: Bashful by Lo Brynolf

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Review: Bashful by Lo BrynolfBashful by Lo Brynolf
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Callie Miller loves drama. As a theatre major, that’s a given.

It’s hard to date in the theatre department when all the guys are either taken or gay—like her best friend and longtime crush.

When Callie becomes the lead in the biggest production of the year, she realizes she has no time for love.

Until Sebastian “Bash” Moore reenters her life, stage left.

He left everything behind three years ago to chase his dreams. But his heart remained at home, tied to memories of a tiny blonde with a flair for the dramatics—on and off the stage.

Bash is determined to become her leading man, and he will do anything to get out of the friend-zone and win her love. Only, it might not be so easy.

Callie Miller might love drama, but she’s out to protect her heart…

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stacy’s review

Lo really knows how to hit you in the funny bone. The humor in Bashful will have you laughing out loud throughout the entire book. For this being Author Lo Brynolf’s debut novel, she really outdid herself.
Bash is incredible. He’s stylish, funny, sexy, and gay…

Or is he…


“I swear some men were conceived through anal,” I griped. “There’s no way being that much of an asshole is natural.” Pointing toward the entrance, I quickly filled her in on the idiot at the door.
She cracked up, her bubbly laughs contagious enough that I soon joined in.
Glancing around the cafeteria, my brow lifted at the sheer number of men who were staring at her in a daze. It was ridiculously unfair for someone who had guys’ attention at every turn to not care about it.
Evie was convinced that the only reason guys here found her attractive was because of her British accent.
Yeah, okay.
My best friend was gorgeous, and it had nothing to do with the way she spoke. She was a dance major and had the bullet body to prove it. She had glossy chestnut hair down to her waist, and her large hazel eyes were accentuated by thick dark lashes.
Combine that with flawless olive skin and a megawatt smile and she was the perfect package, all wrapped up in a Union Jack bow.
“They’re staring again, Evie.”
“Rubbish.” She chewed obliviously as we both glanced out the window at two birds fighting over a food wrapper. I huffed, shoving my hand into my bag of chips.
“You’re right, they aren’t staring at you; they’re staring at your knife and fork—because seriously, who cuts their French fries? That’s how sociopaths turn into serial killers.”

About the author

About Lo Brynolf

Lo Brynolf was born and raised in southeast Michigan. A lover of all things artistic, Lo grew up performing on stage and in choir and attended Eastern Michigan University to major in Theater Arts. She now resides in the same small town that she grew up in with her wonderful husband and three tiny humans.

Posted March 29, 2018 by Stacy Garcia in 4 stars, Book Blitz, Excerpt Reveal, Kindle Unlimited, Releases, reviews, Sale, Uncategorized, Uplifting Designs / 0 Comments

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