Upside Down by N.R. Walker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Absolutely loved this book. I have read a couple other books by N.R. Walker and really enjoyed her characters, her sense of humor and the way the main couple’s relationship develops. This one was no different. I originally picked up this book because, as a writer I was curious to see how an asexual romance would be portraited. I had read several recommendation from asexual readers praising this book so I picked it up. I was pretty much loving it by the end of the first chapter. Jordan is such a great character with his irreverent sense of humor, his penchant for what he calls “word diarrhea”, and his very relatable fear of labels (who wants to be labeled anyway?). Even his obsession with a certain F-word hit me as hilarious because it fit him so naturally (I normally do not like the frequent use of profanity in books because it distracts me from the story). The support characters are great: lovable with all their flaws and quirks and their friendship makes you green with envy. OMG and the Soup Crew! What a funny and touching group of side characters. I highly recommend this book. It is sure to put a smile on your face.