Monday, June 19, 2023

Sign Me Up by Dulcie Dameron: Book Review

 *Book received for consideration. All thoughts are my own.

What’s a girl to do when her co-worker bestie sends her mixed signals during a work crisis?

This past year has been one for the record books…

First, my Pops checked himself into a nursing home when his dementia started taking over, leaving me on my own for the first time ever.

Second, my impossible-to-please boss has decided to change the emotionally stunted climate of our workplace by throwing me and all my co-workers into the worst social experiment of the decade.

And third, my ex-boyfriend, Mike, has suddenly decided to care about me.

Which brings me to another interesting development…when Parker, my tall, dark, and handsome work bestie, discovers Mike’s intentions, things between us go from friendly to…more than friendly.

I’ve always thought my attraction to Parker was one-sided, but when he starts shooting those flirty looks and touches my way, my heart starts to wonder if the feeling is mutual.

But even if it is, I’m not sure if I can cross over the line of friendship in the midst of a work/life crisis and risk the best relationship I’ve ever had.

***Sign Me Up is a friends-to-more sweet romantic comedy full of quirky characters, sizzling swoon, and memorably funny moments. Perfect for fans of Jennifer Peel or Shari L. Tapscott.***

Dulcie is a wife and mama fulfilling her calling in the most picturesque small town anyone's ever seen. She writes stories that are full of charm and grace, sprinkling a little romance into the world around her. You can find her online at or on Instagram as @dulciedameron

If you're on the search for a good workplace romance, Sign Me Up is one not to be missed! 

Right from the start, I couldn't help but fall in love with Jamie and Parker's characters. They were both wonderfully written, and drew me in. I enjoyed their friendship, and the pining...? Oh, it was done so very well! I couldn't get enough of their sweet chemistry. There were also many moments throughout that had me laughing out loud. And that first kiss? Oh. My. Goodness. So, so good! A part of me didn't want the story to end because I was enjoying them so much. Having a leading male who is deaf not only added a really interesting element to the story, but I also just love seeing characters that are differently abled and not treated as any less than because of it. It wasn't just the main characters I loved though... there were several side characters introduced that intrigued me as well. In fact, the epilogue is from the POV of one of those side characters and has me VERY much looking forward to reading the next book in the series. I can't wait! 

Sign Me Up is a closed-door romance with fantastic chemistry but nothing beyond kissing and no language. 

Overall, this was a fantastic read! This is the first book that I had read from the author, but it most certainly will not be the last. 


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