I recently read Undercover Bromance, the second book in the Bromance Book Club series by Lyssa Kay Adams, and I immediately fell in love. With the story, with the heroine, and, of course, with our hero, Mack.
To be completely honest, I barely remember Mack from the first book in the series. In fact, it’s to the point where I’m ready to re-read the first book (after already reading Mack’s book twice) just so I can get a peek at Mack again.
Mack has so many of the qualities I love in a book boyfriend. He’s charming, charismatic, funny, successful, and an all-around good guy. But beyond that, he’s a feminist and he loves romance novels. So much that he started The Bromance Book Club – a book club that consists of some high-powered men (professional athletes, successful businessmen) who read romance novels to learn how to treat women.
Though Mack has a touch of irreverence about him, he isn’t without heartache. He has a troubling past and found himself escaping into romance novels as he grew up. This shaped who he is to this day.
And though he has helped countless friends with their relationships, he struggles a bit with his romantic life. He knows all the do’s and don’ts of relationships… at least he think he does… but what he doesn’t know is when it’s real.
That is… until he finally does fall. And when someone like Mack falls in love, it’s bound to be epic.
There was so much to love about this book, its characters, and especially Mack.