Project Kaitlyn by Grayson Avery. #BlogTour

Project Kaitlyn

Meet Kaitlyn Colby, a clumsy, inappropriate blurter with self-esteem issues, but also quite handy with an axe. She’s certainly no superhero, but she fights the battles of a single mom with sweet snarkasm. Between work and pining for and co-parenting with her man-child ex (is there any other kind?), Kaitlyn has no time to find that special someone. And if she did, would he really want her anyway? Kaitlyn’s sister and friends (The Sweet Water Circle) say yes, so following a typical Kaitlyn slip up, The Circle intervenes to force her out of the funk that she fell into following her unwanted divorce.

When Kaitlyn makes a decision to pursue her advertising career over love, she tumbles (like no tumble you’ve ever seen…or heard) into the life of hunky, bay breeze-drinking Hunter Dixon, an ad exec who is intrigued enough by Kaitlyn that he hires her firm to revive a struggling project, much like herself.

Can Kaitlyn become the woman she needs to be to land the man of her dreams? Maybe. Maybe not. But you’ll laugh out loud as she tries. There’s no doubt you’ll be rooting for the lovable, hilarious, and relatable Kaitlyn. And you’ll probably love her friends, too, which is good, because their stories are ready to be told in the Sweet Water Circle series!

Project Kaitlyn could be the funniest book you ever read. It’s a hilarious romantic comedy that speaks the truth (well, most of the time) about life and love, and…hiking thongs? What the heck is that? Well, you’ll just have to read it to find out!

My Thoughts

Project Kaitlyn is the first book in the brand new rom-com series by Grayson Avery, and it certainly doesn’t disappoint.

Kaitlyn finds herself being hit from all angles in this laugh out loud story. Between her work life and her love life, she is certainly fighting to balance them out. She is part of a friendship group who call themselves ‘the circle’ who make it their mission to help each other navigate the difficulties that life throws at them as they embrace their thirties.

Kaitlyn Colby is the one facing the the intervention in this book. Her friends are determined to stop her from being the booty call for her ex-husband, who is also the father of her two children, after all, he is the one who left her, yet she allows him to come back whenever he feels the urge. After years of being emotionally manipulated by him, her self esteem is on the floor and she is left feeling as though she is not worthy of love, or any attention at all for that matter.

And then we meet Hunter Dixon. He is an easy going, take each day as it comes kind of character, and he is certainly a character you feel yourself warming to straight away. He is very considerate in every aspect of his life, and despite his somewhat timid traits, he certainly speaks up when he feels the need to. When the pair are thrown together, they certainly have much to learn from one another.

This story certainly takes you on an emotional rollercoaster! From laughing out loud one moment, to feeling your heart breaking for Kaitlyn the next, it is certainly a book that has plenty of structure and depth throughout to keep the reader engaged to the very end. The characters were wonderful, and I certainly found my heart warming as Kaitlyn began to stand up for herself and realise her own self worth as this story pans out.

Witty, emotional and immensely enjoyable, I loved this book!.

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About the Author

Grayson Avery is the author of The Sweet Water Circle Series, a romantic comedy series that focuses on childhood friends in their 30’s and 40’s as they help each other navigate the stormy waters of dating, marriage, divorce, and a whole lot of inappropriate, naughty, and downright hysterical situations.

*Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources and Grayson Avery for providing me with an ARC of this book in return for my honest review. All thoughts are entirely my own and not influenced in any way.*

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