This was a hilarious book. The two main characters, Trent and Greer are really good together. They hate each other from the start and find that they have to work together and they both move in to a new apartment building. The following day when they each leave for work, they find that they are also neighbors.
“For the past week and a half or so, I’ve been getting texts from an unknown number with ridiculous, almost uninterpretable advice.
Never walk by a pigeon coop with an owl in your pocket.
Don’t shit on your own doorstep.
If you swim with a friend, your chances of getting eaten by a shark go down by 50%.
There is no angry way to say bubbles.
Real bear hugs are usually fatal.
Don’t sweat the petty things, and don’t pet the sweaty things.
In case of fire, use the stairs.”
“And my personal favorite came straight from The Godfather.
Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.”
There is also a cast of sidekicks that add to the fun. She has a best friend Emory that is dating one of his best friends Quinn. He also has a lawyer friend that is quite a player and provides a lot of extra comedy. I like the book a lot, but it was quite a slow burn. I wanted a bit more steam.