Post Traumatic Brazilian Wax Syndrome

Post Traumatic Brazilian Wax Syndrome

by Tamara Lyon

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781511628891
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/21/2015
Pages: 350
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

Post-Traumatic Brazilian Wax Syndrome is loosely inspired by an unfortunate, painful event that occurred three years ago and is critically acclaimed author Tamara Lyon's sixth novel. Her previous works include The Ugly Tree series, a Flamingnet Top Choice Award winner, 2011 Next Generation Indie Finalist, Eric Hoffer Finalist, and Midwest Book Award Finalist. In 2010 her novel, Fixing Forever Broken, earned an IPPY Award for romance. Lyon has taken her recent books in a decidedly chick-lit direction and creates characters and stories that are refreshingly and humorously real. She makes her home in Wisconsin with her talented husband, cycling-superstar son, and counter-surfing golden retriever, Macy.

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Post Traumatic Brazilian Wax Syndrome 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
HelloChickLit More than 1 year ago
Bristow is a 29 year old virgin with some issues in life. I loved the beginning where she's desperately trying to get out of going to a sex toy party. Who hasn't done that in recent years? (raising my hand) Bristow (love this name) has sworn off men after being betrayed by an ex (following the 'chick lit' genre perfectly) but sure enough she meets someone she can not resist. But of course things don't go as smoothly as she would have hoped, they never do. I enjoyed the funny story line, quirky scenes and Oreo stress eating. (who doesn't do that?) Her crazy family, friends and co-workers make this flow easily, without even realizing you're halfway through and need another bag of cookies. I loved that the characters were easy to like and easy to fall in love with (Jack!). The way Bristow deals with her surroundings made me feel like we were friends right from the start. I gave this book 4 Stars: The fact that Bristow was working in the Interior Design industry really appealed to me and all of the crazy clients who are just a tad on the demanding and 'creative' side themselves. Bristow is a strong character through-out the book with strong family values and an even stronger family. Tamara did a wonderful job putting together a story that is both funny, and entertaining and at times, very realistic. I walked away wishing Bristow was one of my friends in real life. What I Loved: -I loved the fun in this book. The situations that are both embarassing and yet amusing had me laughing out loud. -I loved the characters in the story, I love closing a book and feeling like I've made new friends and I did that with this book. -I loved Bristow's family, even though they made me crazy, they were so much fun to get to know! -It's SO funny with real life situations that, even though we may not want to admit, we've all been through! What I didn't Love: -This book took me a few days to read, which is O.K. but maybe a sign that it didn't immediately demand my attention like some books do. (I loved it in the end though!) -I'm so sad that not all books are this funny! read the full review at http://hellochicklit.blogspot.com
weluvdopey More than 1 year ago
Great Book! This is a great book by Tamara Lyon. Bristow is an interior designer and has landed the contract of a lifetime with the famous Cherry Wyeland. However, Cherry is crazy and the worst person who can’t make up her mind on anything. To make matters worse Cherry is dating Bristow’s ex-boyfriend who she hates. I love Bristow but she can’t catch a break between her crazy family, her allergies to Oreos, her dog, this book had be laughing out loud many times while reading this book. If you are looking for a great summer read then you need to read this book! A Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review.