“Love Pranks” series by Sunniva Dee

Today’s recommendation is for a new series, Love Pranks, by Sunniva Dee! 

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I’ll admit that I’ve never been a fan of Romantic Comedy. It’s not that I find it inferior or anything negative. Until I picked up Sunniva Dee’s book, I’d never read any that interested me.

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So what was the difference with Love Pranks? I’ve been a fan of Dee’s books for awhile, enjoying her complex characters in impossible situations. Reading the blurb for Love by Pranks intrigued me:

There were three things I, Kitty Hoskins, didn’t know when I moved into the all-girls, non-sorority house Blossom Field Avenue #246:

1) The house opposite ours, #247, is home to the gorgeous jerks of the Iota Fraternity.
2) Lucian Spencer Anderson lives in #247 and is possibly the hottest stripper-slash-social-science student you’ll ever meet.
3) #246 (The Blossoms) and #247 (The Dudes) have the longest standing, most ruthless prank war in the history of rivalries. The only thing the two houses agree on is that they live and breathe for the next battle.

Funny then that the real challenge is the one I never saw coming: an alliance with Lucian Spencer Anderson. When a cold winter threatens the stray cats of Deepsilver, our mutual love for animals forces us to team up. Bad, right? Well, it gets worse: we’re going to need the cooperation of our two houses to pull this thing off.

I wasn’t disappointed with that first book with its laugh out loud moments. It was steamy where it needed to be too.

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Then I got to read  Pranked by Love . I enjoyed this story even more so than the last. Once again, the characters were well-crafted. Those pranks, however, got me! There’s one involving an office desk (that’s all I’m saying) that will have you scratching your head. I’m glad to say that I experienced none of that as a college student. 

All in all, both books made me a fan of the RomCom. I can appreciate a little sexy and flirty wrapped in a lighthearted package. Perfect reading for when you don’t want an intense story. 

Learn more about Sunniva Dee’s books at  https://sunnivadee.com/.