Thursday, February 6, 2014

Curing the Uncommon Man-Cold by J.L. Salter


Curing the Uncommon Man-Cold

~Blurb~
A stubborn boyfriend with the sniffles is the last thing Amanda needs in her apartment during THIS work crisis, but how can she get clueless Jason to leave without just ending their relationship?

Fortunately, her divorced girlfriend hurriedly develops the devious scare-cure. Amanda throws everything at Jason that Christine can dream up and that apartment becomes the least hospitable place a man could possibly imagine. Extensive potpourri and a glued-down toilet seat are just the beginning.

But how serious are the privacy risks as Christine blogs about her scare-cure? Can this crazy scheme really get Jason out of Amanda’s hair at home before she loses her mind at work?

Will Amanda’s relationship even survive the kooky cure of Jason’s man-cold?

a "clean" screwball romantic comedy



Tifferz Take~
Amanda and her girlfriend Christine get a little carried away trying to cure Amanda's boyfriend Jason's man cold. I got a some laughs with the read and felt bad for Jason. The toothpaste part was gross but at least he had good breath. I kinda felt he deserved it as he just did not listen to Amanda. But Amanda did not stick up for herself either. Things get straightened out eventually. Lessons they learned communicate, listen and don't manipulate. At the end of Curing the Uncommon Man-cold I was left smiling.  I would recommend this read!

Just FYI this has no swearing and all sex is behind closed doors. It does have a little detail of the before and after sex.

Source~author for review

Chelz Review~
This book is hilarious!!!!! My family would look at me strangely, because I would all of a sudden start laughing out loud while I was reading. I love that Catherine (a well-meaning best friend) comes up with a very creative plan to cure the common man-cold for her dear friend Amanda. While the story seems a little extreme, there is validity to men becoming pansies when they are ill. Catherine and Amanda's plan has some flaws however, Mr. Salter gives us a happy ending.

you can pick up the kindle book here

10 comments:

  1. Sorry, folks. Somehow I got the dates mixed up and thought this was going to be profiled early next week. Well, I'll still post some promo and see if we can get anybody to stop by a few days after the fact.
    Thanks for featuring my screwball comedy... and I greatly appreciate the reviews.

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    1. I like the reviews and I like this website! [Full disclosure: I am Jeff's brother and always love his writing].

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    2. Thank you, Charles. I also like the fact that these sisters have assembled here to host this fantastic review site.

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  2. J L is a very funny writer.
    I have this on my Kindle and am waiting for time to read it through all at once.
    I know I won't want to put it down.

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    1. Thanks, Laura. I think it'll tickle your funny bone.

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  3. I had a great time reading this. My husband often looked at me strangely because I'd burst out laughing at times.

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    1. Thanks, Patty. Glad you enjoyed it.

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    2. weird... I can't read my comment above

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  4. This sounds like a great read, Jeff. It's on my TBR pile. Here's wishing you many sales!

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    1. Thank you very much, Lisa. Knowing how many people are hooked on the Tifferz reviews, it should be a great boost to sales to know how much the like my story.

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