Too Much Information by Missy Johnson

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We’ve all been there.

One minute, you’re sprawled out on your bed, minding our own business and the next you’re lying in the back seat of your best friend’s car as she races you to the ER.

And not the closest one either.

No. You’re headed to the one fifty miles farther out, because the one five minutes away is where you start your residency next week.

So there you are, lying in cubicle nine, hoping like hell that the doctor about to examine you isn’t young, sexy or male.

Of course he’s all three.

Telling him about the clitmaster7000 I have lodged inside me is by far the single most embarrassing moment of my life.

Discovering he’s my brother’s new roommate is even worse.


Review
Q&A

Physical or Ebook?
Ebook

Have you ever read a book by this author before?
I read It’s ComplicatedΒ a while back

Genre?
Adult Contemporary Romance

Star Rating?
2 Stars

Rereadable?
No.

If it’s a series, would you continue reading it?
I think I’m done with this. This was the third book.. but yeah

Is this a part of a challenge?
No.

Who would you recommend this for?
Anyone who likes Adult Contemporary and cringey situations.

Conclusion:

So here’s the thing… this book started off good. It was cringey and Laura got herself into a pretty awkward situation after purchasing a sex toy using a gift card her friend gave her. Oh and then her brother brought her over and turns out the hot doctor that helped her out of her precarious situation is his friend and roommate. Oh, and then it turns out that doctor is going to be starting work at the same hospital she is. Awkward. Oh, and then for some reason the doctor has to move out and stay with her.. how strange.

And then the doctor has a random person that comes in and says he has a kid from eight years ago,

Yeah.. I’m done. This is no longer funny, this is no longer a good story. Literally all this author did was shove a bunch of random tropes together to try to make this novel as weird and awkward as possible.

I’m just going to step back from the random adult contemporary novels for a bit. This one kind of sucked.

I know it’s all fiction, of course it’s unrealistic, but come on. This was pushing it.

If you’re interested:
Goodreads
Amazon CA
AmazonΒ 

Until next time,

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14 thoughts on “Too Much Information by Missy Johnson

  1. I’m sorry this one wasn’t for you πŸ˜”

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    1. Its alright! πŸ™‚ plenty of other books other there! And I’m sure some people would enjoy this!

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      1. What a great outlook ❀

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  2. This review made me giggle xD but not as much as “clitmaster7000” *rolling*

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  3. I literally ROFLed so hard with this review my brother peeked in to see if I was still alive lol. Hilarious review dude XD

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      That’s great lol ty!

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  4. I really liked the honesty in your review πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’• it’s refreshing in a way to see this – I’m almost always too afraid to give anything under 3 stars for some reason so I loved seeing this review and you speaking your mind. πŸ˜ŠπŸ’•

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    1. I was so nervous at first and definitely weary… but i always said I would be honest and not just review to make authors or people like me lol

      Plus.. i have 100% read books because of negative reviews lol

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      1. Hahahah how true is that lol πŸ˜‚ I usually go to Goodreads and look at reviews and it’s almost always the bad reviews that convince me to read the book lol πŸ˜‚ because I just have to see how bad it really is for myself – yup I have problems, and I’ve made peace with this lol πŸ˜‚

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      2. Haha yep! I thought it was just me lol i thought i was just nosy xD

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      3. Lol nope you have support lol πŸ˜‚

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  5. So many far fetched things happened to this poor girlπŸ˜‚

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