NetGalley readers, need a fun summer read?

Don’t Mind Me, I Came with the House is a frivolous, easy-to-read rom-com about an unappreciated, awkward mom who finally finds love.

This is the stand-alone sequel to Friends Who Move Couches!

Thank you to Isabel Nicholson for your lovely ARC review. Here’s her review:

I loved the first book and this book took that journey further into a wonderfully fun, warm and funny world. A big part of the joy in these books is Nikki Stone, she’s that awkward part of every woman who survives as the walking disaster she is and is loved for it. I love her resilience but also how she copes with the crazy that happens around her. This book continued her journey and it was a joy to return to her world. I also love her cast of supporting characters, you can feel every eye roll, hug and tear from the start to the finish.

I really love the way CJ Zahner writes, it is captivating and succeeds in making me laugh out loud like a crazy person (even in public). The book has a great pace and even though some of the situations Nikki finds herself in seem initially to be unbelievable, when you think about your own life, the unbelievable can and does happen.

One thing I really took away from reading this book was about change, we are often nervous about it and it takes time to cope with, but it is possible. I really liked the message that working to change things about yourself because you want to can be successful but it won’t happen overnight.


CJ Zahner is the author of The Suicide Gene, a psychological thriller, Dream Wide Awake, and Project Dream, two thrillers that carry a sixth-sense paranormal element, and Friends Who Move Couches, women’s fiction. These last two novels were inspired by Zahner’s own experiences. See the video of her own paranormal experience, a premonition of 9/11 here. Download her Beyond Reality Radio podcast here. Follow her on Instagram, Twitter, FacebookGoodreadsBookBub, or LinkedIn. Purchase her books on Amazon.

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