Jacob Chance

Genre:  #RomanticComedy

POV:  First-person dual perspectives

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Cover:  5  *I absolutely love this cover!

Publication:  January 10th 2020

Read:  January 9th 2020  *ARC provided via Enticing Journey Book Promotions

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Mantrum: An emotional outburst or an expression of anger by an adult man.

I’ve never understood the attraction women have for an alpha male, until I meet single father, Rex Winters.

Tall, chiseled, and persistent, he tries to avoid a parking ticket by asking me out to dinner. But I know men like him. He’s a repeat offender–habitually getting into trouble and always ready to sweet talk his way out of it.

But his charm won’t work on me.

Not when he’s the reason I’m forced to attend a six-week anger management class. And especially not when I find out all six feet two inches of Rex and his two hundred pounds of sexy muscle will be joining me every single time.

It doesn’t matter how much he flirts, or how attracted to him I am. I’m the girl who enforces rules for a living and he’s the guy who breaks them.

Do opposites really attract?

Mantrum is a romcom standalone

I guess we’re about to find out.



📝My Review📝: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

MantrumMantrum by Jacob Chance

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Delightful, witty, and so romantic, MANTRUM will have you swooning and laughing simultaneously. I wasn’t sure what to expect after reading the synopsis but since this particular author has never let me down, I was eager to read it. Surprisingly, I haven’t read a book like this before. Rex, the hero was outrageous. Oh my goodness, he was crazy, out of line and totally adorable at the same time. Some of the situations he got into were shocking to say the say the least. Danika was a strong heroine. I loved that she was never afraid to speak her mind. I felt the chemistry between Rex and Danika from the beginning. And that chemistry only grew each time that met after that. Oh, did I mention they had to attend anger management classes together. Those classes were hysterical if you go by Rex’s dialogue. The secondary characters added depth and humor, not that Rex and Danika weren’t funny together on their own. They were so great together.

I’ve had a difficult couple of weeks prior to reading MANTRUM. I had been awfully sick with the flu (even though I did have my annual flu shot) and while I spent most of the time in bed, my head was aching and foggy and there was just no way I could read. MANTRUM is the first book I’ve read since my focus returned. I’m still not feeling 100% but I will tell you honestly, I wasn’t feeling sick at all while I was reading it. This book could be easily read in one sitting which is what I did. I absolutely recommend this romcom. MANTRUM is a must read!

I promise you will love this book and all the secondary characters, except of course, Officer Gray. I want to thank the author for the resolution regarding that jerk. It was soooo satisfying!

This is my honest and unbiased review. Thank you for taking the time to read it. 🙂

Review by Christine Justlovemybooks Book Blog


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