Title: Angry Annie
Author: Dawn L. Chiletz
Genre: Romantic Comedy/Humorous
Release Date: July 12, 2018
Joslyn Walters has goals:
1. Infiltrate the life of the internet troll, Annie McClintonuck, who wrote a nasty review for her sister’s bakery before it even opened.
2. Write an article exposing Annie for a fraud, thereby catapulting Joslyn’s stalled career from fact-checker to journalist.
3. Flirt with, but don’t fall for, said troll’s hot, seemingly shy, incredibly edible next door neighbor, Rhode Bennett.
4. Try not to let one week change her life.
Not all trolls are cute and fuzzy but some lemons are gold in disguise.
I have come to expect a lot from Dawn’s books and she does not disappoint with Angry Annie. As much as this is a book about finding your place in this world and those that you can love and can love you, it is also a commentary about our fixation with social media and the effect it has.
Joss is a character that had my heart from the beginning. Granted, there were a couple of times that I want to kick her butt, but for the most part I could relate to her. Wanting more in her career, she decided to pursue a story that she was passionate about. The lessons she learned along the way really opened her eyes to the world she was living in.
We have all know someone like Annie at one time or another in our lives. Always angry but you never know why, they just seem to be happier when they are complaining about something, anything. But as you get to know these people, you understand that it’s just the image they show the world, it’s not who they really are.
Rhode is the good guy in this story and I adored him. He had that never give up attitude when it came to Annie and Joss. His friendship, if you could call it that, with Annie was kindhearted. He saw someone who had a need and he filled it. With Joss, he felt the sparks from the beginning and knew it. I loved the fact that he wanted to be the good guy.
There is lots of humor in this book, but it is the brilliant story line of Dawn L. Chiletz with the ups and downs, the side characters and the endearing HEA that make this book a complete must read. She wrote a story that all of us can relate to in one way or another and it will be high on my recommendation list. *****5 Stars #2OCCMS
STOP. Don’t waste your time going any further. This book sucks like a plunger in a toilet bowl. I don’t know what to say about this woman’s lack of talent. I’d like to call her an author, but just because you put a bunch of words on paper doesn’t make you a writer. Heck, my cousin’s five-year-old granddaughter wrote a three-sentence story about pizza that’s better than this. Dawn . . . what kind of ’70s hippie name is that, anyway? People name their kid Dawn when they’re too lazy to think of a real name. I’ve always preferred dusk to Dawn and she’s reminded me why. Go watch TV instead. Save your money. You’re welcome.
Dawn L. Chiletz resides in Illinois with her two boys and three dogs. Her love of reading began at a young age and continued into adulthood. Armed with a dream from the night before, she sat down at her laptop in the summer of 2014 and started the words to her first book, The Contest. She’s been writing ever since. When she’s not binge reading or writing you can most likely find her on social media avoiding laundry.