Title: Wedgie Tales and Panty Lines
Author: Sandra Sookoo
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Buy Link: Buy Wedgie Tales and Panty Lines Here!
Rating: You Need to Read
Reviewed by: Gabrielle
When unassuming mailroom worker Kate Little agrees to become an underwear tester for a marketing company, things get uncomfortable fast. Not only has she never worn “fancy” underpants before, she has to work closely with handsome marketing manager Bryan Eddleman, and that’s enough to keep her in a constant state of confusion. Trouble is, Bryan’s competing with another manager for a promotion that hinges on the results of the test group. Kate can’t determine if his sudden interest is really in her or her surprisingly insightful weekly reports on foundation garments. Add a jealous coworker out to sabotage Kate’s budding love life, an overly helpful gay friend with nothing better to do than shove her into Bryan’s arms, and a rambunctious teacup dog to the chaos and you’ll have a typical day in Kate’s less than ordinary life. The last thing she needs is panty lines.
First off I just have to say that Abby is one nasty piece of work. She really is mean and cold hearted and puts Kate through Hell. I loved Kate especially when she shows her backbone. She is a smart woman and doesn’t give herself enough credit. Watching her begin to bloom was a great read. Kate will become someone to contend with if she continues to grow. It was nice to see a full figured woman like Kate find herself and maybe even love and having a man like Bryan as her love interest made the read all the better. He is a good man who loves with all his heart. The two make a wonderful couple, the heat between them only increases through out the story.
This book grabbed me right from the start and had me turning the pages to see just what would happen next. Not only do the main characters grab your attention but the secondary ones shine as well. I adored Darren and The wardrobe Goddess and hope to see more of them in the future. Abby on the other hand is a villain in every sense and she definitely has you hating her right from the start. She makes quite an impression as you can see from the beginning of my review. The author does a wonderful job of bringing the characters and their world to life making this a book that should not be missed.