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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
Brigitte Mueller, a German immigrant, is living her dream in New York City, rising up the rungs of the corporate ladder. However, a break-up with her live-in boyfriend forces Brigitte to start looking for a new roommate. Meanwhile, a struggling screenwriter named Connor Duncan arrives in New York City from Los Angeles to chase the girl of his dreams. But when she unceremoniously breaks his heart, he finds himself roaming the streets of the city without a purpose. Fate intervenes, and Brigitte and Connor end up sharing the same apartment, and their strong mutual attraction soon develops into a burgeoning romance. But unforeseen circumstances threaten to break them apart. Can they make it through? If romantic comedies are your forte, grab yourself a copy of Monty C. Floyd's Female Preferred.
Monty C. Floyd's delightful tale of two kindred souls finding each other is full of heart and humor. I devoured it in one sitting. Brigitte and Connor are immensely likable as characters, and you find yourself rooting for them instantly. The chemistry is palpable, and their humor-filled interactions make them thoroughly entertaining to read. I also enjoyed the easy-going banter between Brigitte and her colleagues. The prose is easy to follow, and it makes the narrative a breeze to go through. The pacing is decent, and the colorful characters and their distinct personalities keep your eyes glued to the pages. I had a wonderful time reading Female Preferred. I would recommend it to readers who enjoy well-written romantic comedies featuring diverse and entertaining characters.