Girl Crush by Stephie Walls
Standalone Romantic Comedy
Girl Crush by Stephie Walls is a new ALL-TIME FAVORITE! Completely unique and absolutely laugh-out-loud funny, it was a rare one-sitting read for me! How many of us hasn’t had giving up on men completely run through our mind?
Giselle has had one too many bad dates. When her most recent horrible date has a disgusting outcome, she decides she is done with men forever. Her best friend, Veronica, is gay so she enlists her help.
“Giselle, you don’t just decide to become a lesbian. You either are, or you aren’t, and based on the fact you’ve been sucking stick instead of going down to Taco Town since puberty, it’s unlikely you just missed the signs.”
Giselle isn’t giving up. She is going lez if it kills her.
You like dick. Lots of it. What you don’t like are the assholes attached to the pole. But you very much like penis .”
“Po-tay-toe, po-tot-toe. The fact is they come as a package. And without a muzzle, I can’t deal anymore. I’ll learn to love snatch. Plus, there’s always strap-ons .”
She dates some beautiful women. She gets along great with them, but more than anything, they end up just beefing up her posse of lesbian friends. Though she does develop a friendship with the gorgeous brother of one of her dates, Collier. Since he thinks she is gay, and she has sworn off men, they stay strictly friends, despite the attraction between them. Giselle denies the draw between them and continues to try to bat for the wrong team, she won’t give up on snatch.
The creases, the folds, the nub, the color changes in the skin, the way it glistened—all I could see was a cold-cut combo.
“Did you just say something about deli meat while staring at my vagina?”
One of the things that cracked me up so much in this book is the multiple words for vagina. There must be 100 in here! I mean how can you not giggle at “bikini biscuit”, “furry furnace”, “curly curtains”, “fluff muffin” and more! And all the expressions!
“…someone else who’d had sausage but had gone kosher and now sought seafood.”
Despite all the hysterical nicknames for the vag, there is an actual heartwarming romance here that is different than any I have read. I mean how many books have you read where they start off as friends because one is playing in her own backyard?
- I loved Giselle and her immature comments and her love for cars. I totally want to hang with her and be part of her lesbian girl posse.
- Her best friend Ronnie was the hysterical voice of reason.
- The laugh-out-loud nicknames for the vag.
- Completely unique.
- I love how they became friends before lovers.
- Collier was a dick at first, but I totally fell for him, hook, line and sinker (teehee).
- The main characters are all around 40.
- I literally laughed out loud a LOT during the unique read.
- The use of the OPI colors. So creative!
- I loved absolutely everything.
The Down & Dirty:
Rating: 5+++++ Stars, 4 Heat