Bashful by Lo Brynolf

Bashful
Lo Brynolf
My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Callie Miller loves drama. As a theatre major, that’s a given. It’s hard to date in the theatre department when all the guys are either taken or gay—like her best friend and longtime crush. When Callie becomes the lead in the biggest production of the year, she realizes she has no time for love
Until Sebastian “Bash” Moore reenters her life, stage left. He left everything behind three years ago to chase his dreams. But his heart remained at home, tied to memories of a tiny blonde with a flair for the dramatics—on and off the stage. Bash is determined to become her leading man, and he will do anything to get out of the friend-zone and win her love. Only, it might not be so easy. Callie Miller might love drama, but she’s out to protect her heart…

My Thoughts

This was an amazing first novel! This was a second chance story that I loved. Callie and Bash were so damn cute you guys. (This is obviously going to be a review about me fangirling) I loved the writing style and my goodness was this hilarious. There were so much humor and witty characters that I spent more time laughing than anything. I’ll leave a few quotes below.

“Did he put ranch in your hidden valley?”

“His custard slinger was about to bust out of his jeans.”

Y’all, I’m in with love Lo Brynolf’s writing and I swear we need to be friends so she can make me laugh all the time!

Not only were Callie and Bash great, but so were all the side characters! I loved Evie and I would love to see her get her own story.

The plot was good and not something that I’ve read before. I don’t want to talk too much about because I don’t want to give too much of the story away.

Overall, just know that I loved it and I can’t wait to read more by this author!

I received a copy in exchange for an honest review
Quotes were taken from an ARC and are subject to change upon publication.

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