Review: Just a Little Junk by Stylo Fantome

Just a Little Junk by Stylo Fantome
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone
Release - May 18, 2017
Genre - Contemporary Friends-to-lovers Romance
Dual POV - 3rd person
Heat - 3.5 out of 5
Length - 244 pages

.... if anyone asks, that's all that's in your trunk. Definitely don't say anything about the dead guy you just found back there!

Jodi Morgan is having a bad weekend.

After partying a little too hard, she wakes up with a monster hangover and almost no recollection of the night before. So imagine her surprise when she looks in her trunk and instead of finding a spare tire, she finds the last guy she'd danced with before blacking out.

Who is he? How did he get in there? How did he die? And oh dear lord, did she kill him!?

When her older brother's best friend offers to help, things start looking up. They've known each other since she was thirteen, and ten years later, he still treats her like a little kid - surely, committing felonies has to trigger some sort of spark. Together, they wind up going on an adventure that takes them all over Los Angeles. From raves to penthouses to strip clubs. All in the search for the answer to her question.

Who is the dead guy in my trunk!?

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MY REVIEW

This story was a laugh and a half, a freaking riot, and read like a comedy with a little love story thrown in. It was something different from Stylo Fantôme and I enjoyed the heck out of it.

Archer and Jo have been friends forever. After a night on the town, a night we the reader get a glimpse of, Jo wakes up to a dead body in the trunk of her car and no memory of what happened the night before. Best friends who help take care of a dead body together stay together and so Archer helps Jo to retrace her night and discover who the dead guy really is.

These two were jumping out of buildings, dodging bullets, and somehow finally gave in to the feelings they had for one another. While I loved the high intensity of each scene, I wanted the ending to give me more, to convince me of this couple and assure me that it was truly a happy ending. However, there wasn't anything in this story to really complain about because this author gave me something special - a crazily unique storyline.

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