Author: Alice Clayton

Average Rating: 4.71


Review: Buns by Alice Clayton

Posted 29 May, 2017 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Buns by Alice Clayton

Review: Oh Alice, you’ve done it again. I love you so much. 😍 Damn, Archie at the beginning of the book is like the male version of the wound up librarian stereotype. All buttoned up and rigid and in need of a good slomo-style shaking your hair out. And his family is like the Kellermans in Dirty Dancing? He can role play as your Johnny Castle? Sign. Me. Up. Screw Clara. He’s mine, along with that swan life in the final dance. Jk, Clara’s pretty cool. More than pretty cool. My favorite thing about books by my faves like Alice and Christina […]

Review: Roman Crazy by Alice Clayton and Nina Bocci

Posted 22 October, 2016 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Roman Crazy by Alice Clayton and Nina Bocci

Review: Hot damn, this book checked all my boxes! Authors I love? ✔️ Beautiful scenery? ✔️ The sense of humor I’d find at brunch with my own girlfriends? ✔️ Second chance romance? ✔️ A strong, badass female? ✔️ Dude who’s as hot in looks as he is in personality? ✔️ So let’s get started on the deets! I added this book to my TBR the second I heard of it and just knewww it would be amazing. Between the authors and the name, it was enough to make up my mind. 🙂 It was pretty Eat, Pray, Love-ish in concept (I think, it’s been awhile since […]

Review + Giveaway: Cream of the Crop by Alice Clayton

Posted 31 July, 2016 in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review + Giveaway: Cream of the Crop by Alice Clayton

Subscribe to Book Bumblings by 6/8 for a chance to win a free paperback copy of Cream of the Crop! Cream of the Crop Review: Ugh, I was so excited to read this on vacation and post it release day. But then I got sick on vacation and couldn’t read, and then I was in the hospital and wanted this book soooo damn bad but of course the tote bag it was sitting in wasn’t the one I had with me when I ended up there unexpectedly. #booknerdproblems But I finally got out and got it read when spending time […]

Review: Nuts by Alice Clayton

Posted 20 October, 2015 in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: Nuts by Alice Clayton

Review: I’m so sorry, Simon Wallbanger. I cheated on you. Well, I’ve done that before. Whoa boy, have I done that before, and I’m not even sorry. With the other men in your series. But I was keeping it in the family, you know? Which either makes it better or worse, I’m not sure… But now, no. And it’s not just a fling. It’s real and it’s deep (hehe). Lord do I worship Alice Clayton. And for good reason. I’ve still been a Will and Grace fan for too long and have to change the names of Jack and Grace […]

Review: Wallbanger by Alice Clayton [Audiobook]

Posted 29 January, 2015 in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Wallbanger by Alice Clayton [Audiobook]

My Review: Squee! My first audiobook review! I kind of don’t like that it’s for Wallbanger, because the overall rating would absolutely be 5 stars if I wasn’t incorporating the audiobook into the rating (more on that later). Just for fun, I thought I’d include my original Goodreads review from way back in 2012: “I could not stop grinning and laughing out loud while reading this book. Caroline is a hilarious protagonist whose language and sense of humor reminded me of so many millennials in their 20s. The witty banter/flirting-but-not-flirting between Caroline and Simon was adorable and actual LOL-inducing. Great, […]

Review: Rusty Nailed by Alice Clayton

Posted 25 June, 2014 in Reviews / 3 Comments
Review: Rusty Nailed by Alice Clayton

Recommended for: People who like reading about friends becoming more, ridiculous comedy fans (think people named Barry Derry), banter fiends. Oh, the banter… My Review: Oh, Wallbanger and Mink Nightie Girl, how I missed thee. Excuse me, I need to catch my breath. Either from panting or cracking up. Because I was always doing one of the two while reading Rusty Nailed. Alice Clayton, you never disappoint! Wallbanger is one of those books that I reread at least once every few months. And every reread, I find more things that I find highlight-worthy. At this point, the entire book is highlighted. […]