Book Review – Screwmates by Kayti McGee



I knew from the first time I saw Marc Kirby that Iwasscrewed.

Big eyes, scruffy face, brown curls – yes, yes, and yes. The man is wicked hot.

He’s also my roommate, and since I work nights and he’s at class all day – it’s like living alone at half the rent.

Then an unexpected night off turns into an unexpected morning in Marc’s bed, but it turns out we can’t even figure out the screwing.

This is not great news for Marc who’s going on a “bangcation” at the end of the summer – a whole month in France that he’s planned to spend getting busy with the women of Paris.

It’s also not great news for me for obvious reasons.

With both of us needing work on our skills, there’s only one logical solution to our predicament.

Told you I was screwed.



A hilarious, and incredibly entertaining novel!!

This story is for anyone that adores the roommate trope, and can’t get enough of scenarios that make you pee your pants while laughing.

Madison a charming, a quirky heroine and her equally nerdy and hot roommate Marc Kirby made up the main characters in this very comical romance.

There were laugh out loud moments aplenty. Those two were a disaster in the making.

The book had wonderful charming characters and a fast paced storyline.

Screwmates was my first book by Kayti McGee and the blurb sounded so intriguing I had to read it.

But to my utter chagrin it just wasn’t the right book for me.

And on top of it I don’t even think there was anything wrong with the book. I believe I wasn’t the right person or in the right mood for such comical abundance. I truly believe that a younger crowd and anyone that loves comedies will adore this book.


3.5 stars

ARC generously provided in exchange for an honest review.

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I’m a blogger, photographer, and unapologetic book addict. I love strong female characters, major jerks, and Happily Ever Afters.

5 thoughts on “Book Review – Screwmates by Kayti McGee

  1. Great review as usual, Corina, being honest but still respectful at the same time. Not every book is for everyone. I know it’s not easy for you to write this kind of review, but you did great. 🙂

    1. Thank you Geybie:D negative reviews are a concept I’m not yet comfortable with. I try to only write reviews about books I liked. Otherwise if I didn’t like the book I would dnf it and not write a review about it. But what about the ARCs???? The ones I requested??? Sigh…

  2. Great review and I totally agree with you guys about the negative reviews. If I didn’t receive an ARC copy which is not that often, I usually don’t write any reviews for the books I didn’t enjoy reading. But I love how you are honest and show respect to her work 🙂

    1. I would have done the same, no review if I didn’t like it, there is really no reason for me to go over it with a tooth comb just to complain about what I didn’t like. But with an ARC, a review is expected and than I try to concentrate on the good and a summery and leave it at that. I often think that it’s me to blame, bad mood, can’t concentrate, just not into it – rather the fault of the book. If that makes sense😊

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