Title: 2 Dead Fish Named Kevin
Author: L.A. Witt
Publisher: Amazon/Kindle Unlimited
Length: 85 Pages
Category: Contemporary Romance
Rating: 4 Stars
At a Glance: Witt takes full advantage of the meet-cute and the opportunity to bring these characters together in charmingly romantic ways. Come for the two dead fish, stay for the happy ending.
Reviewed By: Lisa
Blurb: “Help raise money to improve our habitat! For a small donation, we’ll name a fish after your ex and feed it to the bears on Valentine’s Day!”
For Garrett Mitchell, who just found out his butthead of an ex-boyfriend cheated on him, that donation is money well spent.
And Tristan Waverly was just unceremoniously dumped by a man who is absolutely worthy of being tossed to hungry bears, so he’s more than happy to buy a fish.
As the bears chow down, though, everyone’s wondering the same thing—is it a coincidence, or are both fish named after the same guy?
There’s only one way to find out.
But when Garrett and Tristan come face to face, suddenly the last man either wants to think about is Kevin.
Review: Utterly helpless against the urge to read this book (based solely on its title, if I’m being honest), L.A. Witt’s 2 Dead Fish Named Kevin delivers a sweetly uncomplicated story of two men falling in love over . . . well . . . a couple of dead fish they named Kevin, what else?
It’s less coincidence than it is synchronicity that Garrett Mitchell and Tristan Waverly meet at the zoo on a day usually marked by hearts and flowers rather than dead salmon and hungry bears, but when said zoo is running a fundraiser that means, for a small donation, you get to slap your ex’s name on a stinky dead fish and then watch it get masticated by said bears, the simultaneous satisfaction and surprise that their Kevin effigies (their Kevigies, if you will) are one and the same draws Garrett and Tristan together. That they would compare notes on how truly UGH Kevin is, is inevitable. It’s also unsurprising that they’d find they have a good bit in common, rooted in how undeserving Kevin was of either of them.
Witt takes full advantage of the meet-cute and the opportunity to bring these characters together in charmingly romantic ways. Come for the two dead fish, stay for the happy ending.
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2 thoughts on “Review: 2 Dead Fish Named Kevin by L.A. Witt”
I also bought the book based on the title. I mean, how can one resist?
Delightful story and well worth a re-read.