You’ve Got Male (Chick Flick Club Book 2) by Lila Monroe
All’s fair in love, war, and breakfast waffles…
Zoey Rafferty dreams of becoming the food truck queen of San Francisco. She’s building an empire whipping up delicious brunch treats – until the (annoyingly handsome) Breakfast Bandit starts stealing all her customers with his devious tactics and smoldering charm.
Cam Newsom never backs down from a fight. As far as he’s concerned, let the best chef win. And so what if Zoey looks sexy as hell when she’s all riled up? He wants a woman he can connect with – not have whipped cream spray fights in the middle of the street. A woman like his mysterious online pen-pal, who shares his culinary ambition, and burns up his screen with her flirty quips.
Soon, their competition is heating up the kitchen – and the bedroom. But when the famous foodie TV show Truck Stop rolls into town looking for a new reality star, all bets are off, as Zoey and Cam compete for the prize. But will their rivalry blow both their chances?
And what happens when they find it’s not just their food on the line – but their hearts, too?
Find out in this sexy new twist on ‘You’ve Got Mail’, from USA Today bestselling author, Lila Monroe!
Title: You’ve got male
Author: Lila Monroe
Publication Date: January 14th, 2019
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance; Comedy;
When I saw this new book coming out, my mind got me to the movie with Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks “You’ve got mail” which I absolutely loved, and knew I had to read it ASAP.
The second book of The Chick Flick Club series was funny, light and a quick read to lift your spirits out. I did not mind that they had a scene just as in the movie, because yes, I loved the movie, why not have it again
Zoey and Cam are two truck foodies who go at war without knowing each other, because of their selling locations. Unfortunately, they share a mind blowing kiss at a Halloween party couple of months before and kind of have the hots for each other, but after finding out who they are, the war is on.
I enjoyed the little sabotages, but honestly, some of them were a bit too much. If that ever happened to me, somebody would have been in serious troubles.
The real problem starts when they are chosen for a Food Tv competition, and they kind of start seeing each other. And let me tell you that the sabotages will not stop!
This was a fun read, especially that I have read the first book a day before, and the characters keep appearing in this book too. I think the book can be read as a standalone, but you might want to have the full picture of the other characters from the first novel.
If you are in the mood of a yummy rom-com with yummy chefs and yummy food, this is a great read for you.
Here is the reading order for the series.