Heidi’s Guide to Four Letter Words – Book Review

Heidi's Guide to Four Letter Words by [Tara Sivec, Andi Arndt]

Nothing good ever comes from drinking a box of wine alone. So when I decided to entertain my drunken self by setting up some hand-me-down podcasting equipment and reading the steamy parts from romance novels, I never thought anyone would actually listen. The fact that I admitted my huge crush on my sexy next door neighbor made the whole thing even more mortifying. But sometimes life surprises you, and that’s how my podcast, Heidi’s Discount Erotica, was born.

Now I, Heidi Larsen, a sweet former kindergarten teacher in Waconia, Minnesota, lead a scandalous double life reading erotic novels to the listening world. And with each episode, I find myself embracing my new alter ego more and more. Now I’m starting to feel more comfortable in my own skin and do things I never would have dreamed of – like kissing my neighbor.

Look out, Waconia, because Heidi’s on the loose! She’s in your ears, in your hearts, and down your pants…wait, that didn’t sound as good as it did in my head. Well, you get the picture, don’tcha know!

No. of pages:- 296 pages

Date published:- December 3rd 2019

Genre:- Comedy/Romance


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Heidi Larsen leaves her job behind as a teacher and then gets a job as an administrative assistant in a place called Eden Media where they make audiobooks for…erotic books. And Heidi whose mother is very particular about Heidi’s job keeps her job a secret. And in the meantime, Heidi has a crush on her neighbor Brent and is working out to talk to him and also has started her own podcast.

If you really like cheesy funny romantic story line, then this book will be for you. The story is short and quick to read and the writing was good that the authors did a good job drawing the reader into the story. There were some parts in the book that will actually make you burst into laughing and overall, despite the fact that it’s an unrealistic and predictable book, I quiet enjoyed reading the book. I felt like I was actually watching a soap opera on the TV that I actually enjoy while reading the book. As for the characters, the book is completely based on Heidi’s perspectives and as a character, Heidi is actually a likable character. I enjoyed reading Heidi’s podcasts that seemed to be funny and liked the growing romantic relationship between Heidi and her neighbor Brent.

Overall, this is a cheesy hallmark kind of romance story that you will enjoy reading and laughing at the same time–worth four stars!

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