Blog Tour with Reviews: Bedhead by Kayt Miller
Author: Kayt Miller
Genre: Contemporary NA Romance
Release Date: October 26, 2019
Cooke Thompson. British. Hottie. Rugby Star. Chick Magnet. And a guy trying to FaceChat with his old mate Maxwell Quinn.
Sure, it was a wrong number but sometimes, wrong ends up being so-so right.
Red Hatter Book Blog - "Stop what you are doing and pick up Bedhead NOW! Seriously the most sweet and swoonworthy book ever."
Goodreads - "The story is hilarious &sweet, with twists and turns, and so much more."
This book ended up by being a pleasant surprise. This is my first book by Katy Miller, and after finishing this gem I know I will reading more.
I would love to give this a 5 star review, but what held me back was all the drama Quinn went through.Surely one person could not have that much turmoil in their life? For that alone it came across as a bit unbelievable at times.
But I did enjoy how Quinn & Cooke met and then how their relationship progressed. It was hard for the pair at times, and with the distance between them too. How they managed this part I felt was very believable.
Would love to read a book with Tayler and maybe with Luke? I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book
Opposites attract and even worlds apart, love finds itself amongst these 2. Quinn and Cooke were opposites, but man even from the beginning the chemistry was off the charts and the way they showed their love for one another, even across oceans really made me love them more.
I grew up in the midwest with a loving family including three brothers, one sister, and my parents who always fostered my creative side. I earned my bachelor's degree at Iowa State University, then I was off to the Savannah College of Art and Design for graduate school. After that, I returned to Iowa for work which led me, once again, to ISU for my master's degree in education.
I love to read and one day I was searching for a book. A book about a certain type of woman and a specific kind of man and I couldn't find it so, I wrote it. I called it Game Changer and it couldn't have been a more appropriate title. It changed my life in many ways. While my real job is teaching young people, my fun job is conjuring up characters and situations to write about.
My goal, as a writer, is to write stories that relate to all of us, to make readers laugh and maybe cry sometimes. I hope my readers can escape into a fantasy, one that's actually possible. Sure, some of the stories could be dubbed "Insta-love" stories but that's okay. I fell in love with my husband pretty damn fast and with my daughter the second I saw her. So, it's a thing, I swear.