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Lynn Painter is USA Today’s best-selling author. She writes rom-coms for teens and adults, and when she’s not reading or writing, she can usually be found watching rom-coms or energy drinks.

BookAccidentally Amy
AuthorLynn Painter
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Accidentally Amy Book PDF download for free

Accidentally Amy Book PDF download for free


Isabella Shay is usually a very honest person. But when she’s late for her first day at her dream job and the barista yells “Amy” 3 times with no response, she does the unthinkable.

Izzy takes this PSL.

It’s the exact drink he ordered and paid for, only much further up the line, so he mutters “I’m Amy” and grabs the cup. But when he turns around and bumps into the hottest man she’s ever seen and spills his drink all over her GQ shirt and tie, she ends up having the sweetest encounter ever. Sparks fly and things feel far from promising until he says the words, “See you tomorrow, Amy.”

Uh oh, he will definitely have to fix it the next day.

Only when he walks into his new office and meets the VP of his department is none other than Blake Phillips, the Starbucks hottie. And the man may have been charming to “Amy,” but to Izzy he’s an arrogant grump, an arrogant grump who doesn’t find explaining him funny at all.

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I’m telling you, this book gave me a bad book hangover! He wowed me with his witty dialogue, hilarious banter, and such intense chemistry between Izzy and Blake that it melted me into a puddle. I laughed and passed out and cheered for Blake and Izzy the entire time. No other book has made me laugh as much as this year this year. It was so unforgettable, well written and definitely romantic! These characters were so unintentionally funny, cute, quirky, and charming.

Blake was so hot and the smooth movements he made made my stomach flutter with butterflies. And Izzy was so adorable. When Blake told him to never change, I said, “I totally get you, dude.” These characters had so much soul and personality that they seemed real to me. I literally felt the connection between Blake and Izzy because it was so palpable. YOU ARE EVERYTHING!!! I am so obsessed with the Lynn Painter books that this is obviously a five star read for me and I am so in love with this story!

It’s been a hot minute since I’ve had these feelings about a book. I haven’t devoured a book so fast since The Hating Game. I read every word without skimming which I have NEVER done with a KU book.

The jokes – THE jokes!!!

mr chest??? Darkness??

Lynn Painter has written a brilliant book that made me laugh on multiple occasions. and pants. And she passed out. Between Blake’s handsome boss character, the comfy Cubs shirts, and the cat lady vibes, I fell in love more than SBUX Amy.

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And Izzy… what a joy!!! Her inner monologue and her witty responses also gave me heartfelt eyes for her.

The only strange thing was that this book did not appear to have been proofread. There were several typos and Izzy’s eyes were blue throughout the book until the penultimate chapter when they turned green. But tbh, the typos didn’t bother me at all and didn’t detract from the book.

From the first meeting to the last word, I cheered for Amy and Chest/Izzy and Blake.
Lynn uses witty jokes and random references to television, movies, and music to light the flames of romance in this fun and sexy romantic comedy. I will definitely be keeping an eye out for more Painter masterpieces!

This book is a real gem. Laughter, witty banter, steamy interaction, a swooning hero (with a commendable backbone!), and a hilarious, relatable heroine. This book is a PLEASURE and already one of my favorite reads of the year. Can’t wait for the next book by this author!

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