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See the full list. Title: Accidentally Engaged Former high school sweethearts reluctantly reunite for a dance competition and attempt to save the small town's failing dance studio. Claire's a nurse with a supervisor who is intent on making her miserable. On a rare night off, she gets trapped in an elevator with a charming man.
A womanizer bets that he can get someone to accept his marriage proposal after dating him for just 30 days. What he doesn't know is that the woman he has targeted has some serious commitment issues. An attractive pair agrees to be each other's supposed significant other throughout the holidays to keep their meddling families at bay. A reality TV star leaves Hollywood and finds herself in Amish country where she must decide between staying in her newfound reality or returning to her old one.
A high level executive must find herself a husband before Christmas in order to inherit a fortune. When unsuccessful actress Clarissa returns to her hometown for a wedding and tries to impress her old friends by claiming she's dating big time celebrity Chas Hunter, she suddenly finds herself in a comically false engagement when her lies go public Chas decides to join the festivities in a stunt to escape bad press.
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Alternate Versions. Rate This. She lets her friends believe, that she's dating the hot actor Chas. Returning to LA, she meets Chas, who has his own reasons for keeping the rumor alive. Director: Letia Clouston. Writers: Jake Helgren screenplayElizabeth Snoderly story. Added to Watchlist. What's New on Prime Video in May. Christmas watchlist.
Chick Flicks. Pluto Movies not Asylum. Share this Rating Title: Accidentally Engaged 5. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Credited cast: Lexi Giovagnoli Clarissa Byers Brant Daugherty Chas Hunter Lexi Atkins Maya Wilton Randy Wayne Graham Maureen McCormick Jeannette Joan Severance Sandy Byers Ashley Fink Melody Meredith May Suzie Standish Ariana Guerra Kelly Pittman Nthenya Ndunda Veronica Gary Pezzullo He's just a normal college student - going to frat parties, striking out with hot guys, wearing flannel, using the word 'Dude' entirely too often Oh, and he's working a night job to make ends meet Nick Andersen Nick was bad with people and had weird habits and questionable opinions, but he was terribly good and heroic at his core, all selfless and noble and shit.
It was pretty disgusting, actually Nick is the kind of genius billionaire that pretty much stays in his giant mansion working on superhero things. His only social interactions occur when talking to his house's AI program, or making grand superhero speeches in front of city hall. As a result, the man has zero social skills. Sure, Silver Paladin Nick's superhero alter ego is one of the best and brightest hoagies around, but without the costume, he's just a nerd.
An incredibly hot nerd An incredibly hot, kind of adorable, totally rich nerd Pat managed to get a job as the night manager of Anderson's estate - nothing nefarious, Pat needed the cash, the hours worked with his class schedule, and the AI pretty much runs the entire house, so there's lots of time for Pat to study.
Pat has been spending his shifts quietly studying in the night-kitchen with barely a peep from the rich, neurotic dude that owns the place - Pat makes the guy's 2AM perfectly symmetrical pizza and that's about it Until one night Poor Pat had no idea how he got so lucky - finally getting to see the awesome lab that only a billionaire genius scientist could create Who in their right mind would turn down all those lickable abs?
Not Pat, that's for sure The result? Plus, Pat? Pat of all people? Who on earth would mistake Pat for a hooker? Silver Paladin, apparently Pat's mind might have been clouded by several layers of lust, but the guy isn't stupid. He figures out that when Nick asked the AI to "send up a guy" he really meant send up a hooker, and ta-da Patrick showed up.
Not a bad arrangement really - I mean, Pat would have sex with Nick for free! Eventually our boys graduate to dating like normal human beings Well, as normal as these two can possibly be The result will make you laugh, make you smile, and give you the warm fuzzies. View 1 comment. In a world where Superheroes battle Villains - excuse me, Challengers - for control of a city and the right to do better city hall administration and force bad bookstores not to close good ones, there lives a man named Pat don't call me Patrick.
Pat is a young college student who wants to be an urban planner. His evening job is as a household administrator for billionaire superhero Silver Paladin, otherwise known as the far-too-serious and clueless 4. His evening job is as a household administrator for billionaire superhero Silver Paladin, otherwise known as the far-too-serious and clueless Nicholas Anderson. Whom Pat calls Nick, of course. It's not always easy to juggle work and school. To complicate matters further, Pat's mother is one of the more formidable Challengers, off regenerating her awesome powers to soon battle for supremacy.
And as a super-villain's son, Pat has occasional minion duties Even though no one gets hurt beyond the occasional building damaged or ripped outfit This could have been a totally dumb and silly book. Instead the author managed to make it great fun, warm and even sweet. Sure, you suspend disbelief, but it's very much the immersive comic book experience. Leave the real world behind - it's fun inside the pages.
Nick is the prototypical superhero at first, absorbed with his lab, his high-tech weapons, and his duty to protect the city.
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The people who run his household make it so smooth and invisible he doesn't even realize how far this is from how most people live. Even the occasional hooker - excuse me, companion - he employs is just a release, a body like any other to him, to be treated well in bed, paid, and sent on his way.
Until a misunderstanding puts Pat on Nick's suite doorstep at an unexpected moment I don't want to spoiler anything. The low-key, constantly unexpected events provide an amusing backdrop for the characters. And it's in the characters that the book shines, and rises above its premise. Nick is stolid, but mostly because he's unawakened to the potential of friends and life.
His character is admirable and his sense of humor isn't non-existent, just deeply buried. Pat is light-hearted and well-meaning and kind, and just the man to show the Silver Paladin that there are other types of pizza than marinated duck and shaved truffle. They are hot and sweet together. You can't help but root for things to work out. This is a lighthearted romp that will tickle your funny bone while making you smile with fond affection.
Not the book for a deep emotional moment, but when you are looking for something light to bring sunshine into the room, try this one.
View 2 comments. Wow, this story is one long nerdgasm, a brilliantly funny take on superheroes that reminded me of The Incredibles for its wry juxtaposition of superheroic and mundane and its affectionate and knowledgeable play on familiar conventions. You read this for Pat, whose awesome-dude-bro POV dominates the third-person narration. I highlighted about a hundred quotes, but practically every sentence just crackles with wit: Nick was way hotter than nine-tenths of the people Pat had previously not been Wow, this story is one long nerdgasm, a brilliantly funny take on superheroes that reminded me of The Incredibles for its wry juxtaposition of superheroic and mundane and its affectionate and knowledgeable play on familiar conventions.
I highlighted about a hundred quotes, but practically every sentence just crackles with wit: Nick was way hotter than nine-tenths of the people Pat had previously not been ogled by. For a moment it sounded as though he would go off into a Speech of Frothing Rage in the noble tradition of the Challenger Foiled, but he trailed off instead, shaking his head and digging out his mobile phone. My main complaint with story is that it is long, words-which is a lot longer than the wafer-thin plot can really sustain.
Much as I enjoyed it, I did not feel any overpowering need to find out what happens next. It turns out a brilliant narration is not enough to drive a plot, even the presence of highly likable characters. I had similar problems with the pacing of the sex scenes, which were hot enough but lacked urgency and much in the way of character development to make them feel essential to the story.
I haven't laughed this hard since the last time I watched The Big Lebowski. I'd call this a must-read for superhero fans and a likely winner with Stiles POV Sterek fans as well. Bottom line: hilarious. View all 6 comments. Aug 02, Sheziss rated it it was ok Shelves: homo-fantasyfantasym-mdid-not-finishfunny-funny-funnyenglishusafictional-universemischievous-witty-smart-assdisappointments.
And I know it's ridiculous because there are barely 20 pages left. There are some parts I wholeheartedly loved. And I laughed too hard sometimes. But there were times I honestly wanted to put a bullet in my head. I was so bored! The final scene heroes against baddies, the great fight was going on forever and I just couldn't take it anymore so I decided to interrupt and take a break. That was 2 months ago and still no success in picking the book up again.
So I'm going to call it a day. Enough is enough. My American teacher told me his most profound desire: his perfect job would be doing something he loves and that means he has to become an Iberian ham-taster.
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I hope he fulfills that wish someday, as he truly enjoys Iberian ham. Impossible is nothing. So this book, why not? Why not a superhero-villain world? Dreams can come true, yeah?
The Incredibles, Megamind, Futurama And gay. Everything has that unmistakable charm old comic movies had, like a proper James Bond movie, the ones in which Roger Moore crossed deserts or oceans and no stain spoiled his suit and no hair was out of place. I must confess they make me smile, and prefer them over the actual ones, maybe because I'm a romantic and an idealistic, maybe because they were extremely cool.
This book had that feeling in spades. It didn't matter that no way all of that would happen in real life but it's powerful nonetheless. The superheroes saved damsels or lads in distress, and of course, they gathered the brand new bag the victims left behind.
The villains were as ingenuous as the hoagies and of course they had their evil speech before they achieved their machiavellian plan to rule over the world with cruel laugh included. And the minions No, I'm not talking about yellow thingies who plan to steal the moon, but almost. I'm serious when I tell you that in some scenes I had to smile and smile and smile and never stop smiling because I feel like a little boy who had just made a new friend at school and hurries in the morning because he craves to play with him in class not that I would do that, I appreciate my mattress a bit too much.
That urgency and impatience you have before you learn that you can get up earlier and earlier but things won't come faster that way. But I must say that that exhilarating feeling didn't last the whole way.
I loved Nick and Pat together but when they were not I grew more and more impatient every time. It's not that I don't appreciate the wittiness of the situations. In one moment or another a movie or a comic or a story was copied and being ridiculed. You expect the cliche to happen and when it actually happens you giggle nonstop. This book has that power but in-between I could see my inner goddess crossing her arms and rolling her eyes, demanding some action again.
Because the family, the friends, the studies, the everything was cool, but not as cool as Nick and Pat together doing a mischief and going mad in the process. Sometimes I felt they weren't taken advantage of, not enough. I believe my problem with this book was the style in which it was written. It was hard for me when a new situation was introduced. Sometimes I had to read several paragraphs in a row again because I hadn't caught up with the scene. It was as if my brain was a behind the action and it needed a little more time to get used to the rhythm.
But then the rhythm was too slow, above all during the fighting scenes, when I completely lost it. Anyway, I recommend to read other reviews before pushing this book aside for good. View all 33 comments. Another re-read still LOVE this book, the energy of it. Characters are so likeable and it's funny while also being sneakily sweet.
Too many favourite bits too list any. The humour, the super-villain plots, the shear comic wackiness. Would love some more or this world. Very funny, full of funny moments, funny lines.
A wry, affectionate celebration of the absurdity of comic verses with loveable characters. Super-heroes aka Hoagies, Villans aka Challengers and part-time minions.
There's some cute feelz and sexy-times. I want more of this verse. Read it all with a super-powered grin. Oct 16, Argona rated it it was amazing Shelves: urban-fantasyshounen-ai-yaoifantasyhumorreviewe shiftersfavorite-m-m-novelsm-m-romance-novelsenemy-to-loveralien-species.
I am going to do my best to describe this wonderful book. This book was funny, silly, hilarious, original, memorable, romantic, emotional, sexy, innocent, warm, and sweet! Kind of similar to a rainbow explosion in your very own bedroom. The entire time that I was reading this book, I had a big smile on my face. It did not falter for one second.
I think its quite hard to take ideas that can be found in many different movies and books and turn them into something completely unique and original and I am going to do my best to describe this wonderful book. None of the characters act stupid. Everything that happens is quite logical in the context of this crazy story and everything makes sense despite the hilarity and madness.
I loved all the characters. Every single one! From the main characters to the parents and sisters and all the lunatics running around exchanging blows. The superheroes are righteous, stubborn, dorky and socially awkward. The villains are charismatic, funny and understandingly crazy and the minions are just adorable and cute.
The main couple have nothing in common with each other and yet complement each other in a way that possibly only soul mates can. I enjoyed reading every single page and I am officially in love with this funny and adorable universe.
I strongly recommend this book if you need something to blast you with a powerful force of positive energy. I strongly recommend this book if you want to grab a coffee, slip under your blanket, open a book and smile the entire time. This book is fun, try it! And finally, Sheziss, my dear friend, I owe you for discovering this one! View all 15 comments. Aug 22, Jenni Lea rated it really liked it Shelves: smarkity-smarkity-smarksh-august.
I laughed just about the whole way through. I was thoroughly entertained by Patpat and his heroic Nick. All the secondary characters were great and well fleshed out. The plot was OTT but not in a bad way; more tongue in cheek and self deprecating that never reached annoying levels. I would so love to read a sequel if the author ever thought to write one. View all 8 comments. Apr 13, Mir rated it really liked it Shelves: superheroic. And pretty funny. There were a number of things that were silly, or implausible, or even annoying, but they all fit in the superhero-comics model that this based on.
And I liked they way it played with some of the tropes, like the ridiculous inventions and contrivances of the villains being by their own admission purely for the coolness factor. Drop a bomb on a naval base? Pfft, okay it might be more efficient, but android dolphins are way cooler!
I also liked how the Minions are all just Fun. I also liked how the Minions are all just other villains kids taking turns swelling at the ranks. If you happen to be gung-ho it's a good internship, otherwise you just wear your costume and hope the day's fight wraps in time for you to finish your homework. Bonus: Chapter headings give sound practical advice, such as "Lying is not for amateurs: get plenty of practice.
Mar 12, Chelsea rated it it was amazing Shelves: favouritesm-m-goodnesslight-and-fluffyage-gap-significantuse-your-magic-on-me-babyhot-dirty-sexabsolute-all-time-re-read-favouritespace-and-aliens-and-suchgrrr-mine.
Reread - March - wow it was actually exactly 3 years ago I read this, cool. Still loved this and flew through it.
Dec 22, Love for the Cold-Blooded, or The Part-Time Evil Minion's Guide to Accidentally Dating a Superhero book. Read reviews from the world's largest commun /5. On dating apps, I believe people have some amount of responsibility to represent themselves accurately, but on Twitter, it's completely fine to be a character. My "character" happens to like sex a lot more than I personally do. If you ask someone out on Twitter, be aware that you might not be getting exactly what you imagined in your cbeebies-games.com: Ginny Hogan. Accidentally dating someone? So I make online friends a lot, so when this guy from a discord group I'm in texted me privately, I thought nothing of it. But in less than 24 hours he's calling me baby and saying he loves me and saying I mean the world to him because he doesn't have other friends. And idk he thinks we're dating now?
The humour took me a little while to warm up to, but I think that was because I've just finished the TLSH series by TJ Klune and it's very similar humour, but Klune is slightly more refined.
Adored Pat and especially Nick though! And superheroes! So yay!! This is set in a alternate universe, same time period as Reread - March - wow it was actually exactly 3 years ago I read this, cool.
This is set in a alternate universe, same time period as present day, there are just Superheros, Super-villains, Aliens, magic crystals and time dimensions. Patrick is the son of a super-villain and he participates in part-time minion work for other super villains, due to his 'family connections'. Nicholas Anderson Aka Silver Paladin is a top Superhero of his time and is Patrick's employer, as you can imagine there are alot of awkward situations these two find themselves in.
This book is sooooo hilarious. It's all written from Patrick's POV, he's just a normal student who likes hot guys and video games, he's the way we get to see behind the scenes with these villains being in the throes of battle and then having a conversation about their favourite book-store. Pat rolled his eyes, but obligingly cowered a little when she stabbed her finger at him again with more emphasis. He wasn't completely blind to propriety, and people were watching after all.
OK getting on to Nick and Pat, they are two very different characters, Nick is stoic and has absolutely no people skills and Pat has no filter and does what he wants, but it works and obviously they fall for each other. Equally as obviously they have their issues they have to work through, but surprisingly its not what you think it will be about you'll just have to read to find out :P and i think this is done well, no annoying misunderstanding or overly dramatic reactions.
Ok so my most important point Yes there are a number of hot scenes honestly i struggle to get through long books if there's notThey're sensual, but also hot as hell, here are a few snippets to wet the appetite :D "This. This- being opened up by a force field while other fields caressed you everywhere, your body held in place open and ready for the gorgeous man watching you hungrily, stroking his swollen cock How does it feel, knowing that I'm going to take you every way I want, sate myself on your body, open you up and fuck you until you beg Funny, Sexy and a city council that hands out free cookies when there's a villain attack, just priceless.
View all 3 comments. Some truths are inalienable: the sun rises in the east, coffee is the unholy elixir of life, and android dolphins are the most awesome thing ever. Sadly, this book does not have android dolphins. Also it has a mind control raywhich might not be mechanical dolphin minions, but is still pretty dang cool even if it is somewhat dependent on a dubiously amoral crystal of cosmic power.
Also it has a mind control ray-which might not be mechanical dolphin minions, but is still pretty dang cool even if it is somewhat dependent on a dubiously amoral crystal of cosmic power. But Pat did, and Pat was, and so now Pat is trying to lead so many double lives that he might as well call himself Replicator Man and be done with it.
Oh, what is a man to do? It was just hilarious. And action packed. And romantic. Except, maybe, in how much I enjoy them both. You could tell that the characters, the plot, the world was well thought out, because most of it just blends into the background and you forget about most of it. It makes the story so bloody fun.
I honestly think this is something that must be experienced for yourself. So if you are looking for something a bit different, something a bit fun, something very well written, then I heartily recommend this book to you. It was nothing but a pleasure to read.
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Click below. Utterly adorable, quirky, and delightful adventure. Sparkling with humor, charm, and completely endearing characters. I would love to see more of these heroes and villains-erhm-I mean challengers. One of my favorite reads. Highly recommend!!
The theme for issue 43 is heroes and villains. Check out the gorgeous artwork by DragonReine on the cover. My friends all loved this book, but not me.
I liked it. I laughed a lot. I also put the book down a lot. Worse, I didnt miss it while I wasnt reading. This book started great. Then, I dont know what happened, I just got bored. The one-liners and other funny Pat moments were still funny.
The in between parts just started dragging. I noticed it the most when Pat was describing the view or a 3. I noticed it the most when Pat was describing the view or a room or something. I think the ending is a little open, an HFN with the possibility of a sequel. I tried my best to not laugh like a hyena in public while reading this book. I failed. Pat and Nick are genially well drawn characters in what seems to be a light story involving superheroes and villains. But in truth the book weaves a complex tale of perspectives, the ability to listen, tolerance of different points of views, subversion of social constructs and expectations, actions vs.
All the while, being hilariously fun. Pat is the son of a notorious I tried my best to not laugh like a hyena in public while reading this book.
Pat is the son of a notorious and nefarious villain- or challenger as they call themselves- and through a series of hysterically funny events he ends up falling in love with a superhero- Nick aka Silver Paladin- who is just as smitten with Pat as Pat is with him.
Events unfold that use all the known tropes of a comic-style story but twists them either for amusement or to make a point or both, and does it spectacularly well. I also have to commend the author for including a bisexual or possibly pansexual main character and LOTS of incredible women.
Seriously, this book was wicked good. I loved it. And I want more. Only caveats? For all of its inclusion of others, the book is majorly lacking in POC characters.
And it's a bit over-obsessed with the fitness and overall physical appearance of the MCs. Some reviews also mention that the story over-extends a bit and that they skimmed some of the skirmishes and such that were prolonged, but I personally enjoyed them. I found a new author to follow. Yes I did. I loved this!!! Because Because Because First I need to mention how incredibly incongruous the book cover is to the story.
This cover is sleek, yet bland. All white with the word "Love" in this flowery-ish font And the story, wow! And having read the book, now I am so loving the fact that it has a bland, boring cover The story takes place in a comic book-type world.
Pat don't call me Patrick is a studying urban design and working as a night manager at billionaire-genius, Nicholas Anderson's mansion. One night, Nicholas don't call me Nick asks for something beyond his usual not-so-usual pizza So this is where all the fun begins. Because Nicholas is not your everyday billionaire-genius.
He is a superhero hoagie to Pat called Silver Paladin And while Nicholas's superhero identity is known to Pat, the same can not be said of Pat's heritage I don't like to give too many details in reviews I think it takes away from some of the fun the reader would get from reading it for themselves. But this story is worth the read. For pages, it goes quickly; it is lighthearted and fun.
I laughed out loud more than once. There were no editing issues that drew me out of the story. The supporting characters ie. Pat's three older sisters were almost as much fun as the MCs themselves. I would love to see a sequel to this Oct 24, agirlwithoutwings rated it really liked it Recommended to agirlwithoutwings by: Argona.
Shelves: m-mfantasy. This book is also very different from lots of other MM books, its creative and new.
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The narrative voice, the voice of a young villain who is starting to have feelings for a super hero, is crazy and funny and would cheer you up, and their relationship, even in the fantasy world of minions and heroes, feels realistic. These are some of the things that make this book so good. However, I should complain a little about its length, very descriptive voice of the narration, and the unsatisfying end. Up to here I loved the story. After that Nick finds Pat in his minion uniform and discovers he is on the evil side, again I liked it up to this part.
Actually, the whole finding-out thing dragged a bit for me! The ending seemed unresolved! But generally this was an enjoyable read, with unforgettable characters This was a very cute book that I did really enjoy although I didn't find it laugh out loud funny. I enjoyed the characters, the world this was set in and the romance.
I found this whole book to be delightfully entertaining. I really want to read more in this world and would love to see a sequel This was such a fun read with a really likeable MC. I loved the voice of Pat and the humour in general was just spot on. It was great to see Nick's up-tight character relax through the story and when the guys get together, 4. The characters were all really interesting - I loved Pat's relationship with his sisters - and the insights we got into some of the heroes and challengers.
The romance here was nicely developed through the story but we left off when it was just getting slightly more serious, so I hope we get to see the development of their relationship in future.
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