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Meet Jason: twentysomething caterer, bonafide slut, and hater of processed foods—especially Mr. Melty Ice Cream. Enter Audrey: middle aged divorcee, struggling mom, and romantic commitmentphobe—but curious about the sexy caterer in town, Jason. Is this the hottest thing to happen since the cone met a scoop of vanilla? There's just one problem: Max, the owner of Mr. Melt Meet Jason: twentysomething caterer, bonafide slut, and hater of processed foods—especially Mr. Melty Ice Cream. Enter Audrey: middle aged divorcee, struggling mom, and romantic commitmentphobe—but curious about the sexy caterer in town, Jason. Is this the hottest thing to happen since the cone met a scoop of vanilla? There's just one problem: Max, the owner of Mr. Melty Ice Cream and Audrey's ex-husband. And the man who's still in love with her. Warning: this story contains profanity, sex, and gratuitous descriptions of ice cream. Proceed with caution and BYOS (Bring Your Own Spoon). Screwing Mr. Melty is a serialized work of fiction told in four-episode seasons which can be read as standalone novels. Each episode is about the size of two short stories—the perfect length to read over your lunch break or at night, curled up on the couch with a bowl of rum raisin.


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Meet Jason: twentysomething caterer, bonafide slut, and hater of processed foods—especially Mr. Melty Ice Cream. Enter Audrey: middle aged divorcee, struggling mom, and romantic commitmentphobe—but curious about the sexy caterer in town, Jason. Is this the hottest thing to happen since the cone met a scoop of vanilla? There's just one problem: Max, the owner of Mr. Melt Meet Jason: twentysomething caterer, bonafide slut, and hater of processed foods—especially Mr. Melty Ice Cream. Enter Audrey: middle aged divorcee, struggling mom, and romantic commitmentphobe—but curious about the sexy caterer in town, Jason. Is this the hottest thing to happen since the cone met a scoop of vanilla? There's just one problem: Max, the owner of Mr. Melty Ice Cream and Audrey's ex-husband. And the man who's still in love with her. Warning: this story contains profanity, sex, and gratuitous descriptions of ice cream. Proceed with caution and BYOS (Bring Your Own Spoon). Screwing Mr. Melty is a serialized work of fiction told in four-episode seasons which can be read as standalone novels. Each episode is about the size of two short stories—the perfect length to read over your lunch break or at night, curled up on the couch with a bowl of rum raisin.

51 review for Screwing Mr. Melty: A Romantic Comedy (The Complete First Season)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tellulah Darling

    Being the oh so clever reader girl that I am, I figured I knew where this story was going. But it pretty much veered away from the obvious expectations, much to my delight. Fun, sweet and charming, I had a blast with this story. Plus it features the most awkwardly excellent love triangle ev-ah. And I generally hate those things. My one tiny quibble was that (view spoiler)[ while I feel that Max and Audrey's stories were wrapped up in a satisfying way, I didn't get that with Jason. I wish he'd go Being the oh so clever reader girl that I am, I figured I knew where this story was going. But it pretty much veered away from the obvious expectations, much to my delight. Fun, sweet and charming, I had a blast with this story. Plus it features the most awkwardly excellent love triangle ev-ah. And I generally hate those things. My one tiny quibble was that (view spoiler)[ while I feel that Max and Audrey's stories were wrapped up in a satisfying way, I didn't get that with Jason. I wish he'd gotten his own final chapter to end him off. (hide spoiler)] But like I said, only a minor quibble in a whole heap 'o fun!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I liked this book! The characters were well developed. The story line held my interest until the end of the book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Hines

    *I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review* First of all I just have to say that I love the title of this book. It made me smile every time I saw Screwing Mr. Melty‘s cover on my Kindle carousel. The three main characters Jason, Audrey, and Max all alternate between sweet, funny, and insanely crazy. It’s the perfect balance to create a wonderful romantic comedy. Not to mention there’s one hell of a twist that links these three together. Jason is a caterer who loves *I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review* First of all I just have to say that I love the title of this book. It made me smile every time I saw Screwing Mr. Melty‘s cover on my Kindle carousel. The three main characters Jason, Audrey, and Max all alternate between sweet, funny, and insanely crazy. It’s the perfect balance to create a wonderful romantic comedy. Not to mention there’s one hell of a twist that links these three together. Jason is a caterer who loves his food natural and not processed, like Mr. Melty’s ice cream is. Oh, and he’s definitely not quiet about how he feels. Add on the fact that he’s scorned a few women with influential parents and the fact that he can’t seem to keep his mouth shut when he should and it’s easy to see how this guy keeps getting into trouble. “…I’ve still got some laxative back home and I know where all the Mr. Melty stores are around here.” Audrey is a twice divorcee who isn’t quite sure if she wants a full-time man in her life. No strings attached and absolutely no complications is more like it, but sometimes that isn’t exactly what happens. With one man wanting more from her and one just wanting in her pants it leads her on an interesting ride until she discovers what it is she truly wants. “She imagined updating her social medial bio: Audrey Simmons, Managing Editor at City Connection, Wine Lover, Woman Who Has Sex with Twenty-Four-Year-Olds in Vans That Smell of Cheese.” Max is Audrey’s first ex-husband and the owner of Mr. Melty. He kind of reminds me of a giant kid. He may be pushing sixty, but the things he does is beyond childish. And completely funny. I mean seriously…vandalism at sixty. Oh and yes, there is this little issue with a stapler that had me laughing so hard I was crying. Screwing Mr. Melty is the perfect book to lighten your spirits and put a smile on your face. My Favorite Laughable Moment: Definitely, hands down, the stapler incident.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This fun, lively story alternates among 3 points of view, Audrey, Max, and Jason, each with a connection to the Mr. Melty Ice Cream franchise. All of the characters are flawed, but very likeable: their dreams, motivations, struggles, and irritations are written with sympathy and humor. It was fun to witness the same interactions from different points of view and to watch the characters and relationships grow and change. The writing is smart, funny, and witty and the pace moves briskly, never fee This fun, lively story alternates among 3 points of view, Audrey, Max, and Jason, each with a connection to the Mr. Melty Ice Cream franchise. All of the characters are flawed, but very likeable: their dreams, motivations, struggles, and irritations are written with sympathy and humor. It was fun to witness the same interactions from different points of view and to watch the characters and relationships grow and change. The writing is smart, funny, and witty and the pace moves briskly, never feeling plodding or overdone. Plus, there’s lots about ice cream (sometimes strange and wonderful flavors) - yum!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    I hardly ever read fiction or romance books, but this book was really well written and leaves the reader wanting more! (In a good way)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    Funny, funny, funny! Can't wait for the next one! More Jason! Funny, funny, funny! Can't wait for the next one! More Jason!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Linnea Bassin

    Okay This was a little crazy a plot for me. I did enjoy the characters. Not sure if I would read more from this author.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Char

    The comedy part of the romance was missing. Actually, the romance was missing as well, but it was an interesting read, not boring in the least.

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    Nikky

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