I read the ebook edition of Who Does He Think He's Fooling? by Laurie Baxter. Who Does He Think He's Fooling? by Laurie Baxter is a short read at approximately 52 pages.
I was able to download Who Does He Think He's Fooling? by Laurie Baxter to my Kindle for FREE from Amazon. Below is my unbiased review of Who Does He Think He's Fooling?.
Let me not sugar coat this review at all... I flat out DID NOT LIKE Who Does He Think He's Fooling? by Laurie Baxter at all.
What a juvenile, immature premise for a story!! Take two people that are coworkers and good friends, Tom and Amy. They both secretly like each other and want to take the relationship to the next step, but neither of them knows the other person likes the other person romantically, until Tom asks Amy to go on a date with him. But, Amy laughs in Tom's face because she thinks he's joking about taking the relationship to the next level... All of this takes place before the story even starts and we (the readers) only learn this information as the story starts with both Tom and Amy at work in a staff meeting the next morning where they can't even look at each other or be near each other because of the situation they've created and never (apparently) resolved in that moment.
I can't even begin to believe this scenario was even the premise for Who Does He Think He's Fooling? by Laurie Baxter. The plot goes from bad to worse when their boss, Jessica, makes matters worse by making the entire staff play a prank on each other that day by having staff members draw a name of the person they will play a prank on that day... Like say what? Fiascoes abound... Let me kindly skip the details for the rest of this story and save my blog readers the pain and prolonged agony of this story to its final conclusion.
Let's just say that Who Does He Think He's Fooling? by Laurie Baxter is the worst thing I've read this year to date.
The following is the plot summary for Who Does He Think He's Fooling? by Laurie Baxter from Amazon:
Tom loves Amy. Amy can't stop thinking about Tom. But neither of them knows that and right now they need to worry about their boss's latest "teamwork exercise." Oh and that little mix-up last night where Tom asked Amy out but she thought it was an April Fools' gag.I am giving Who Does He Think He's Fooling? by Laurie Baxter a rating of 1 star out of 5 stars.
Until my next post, happy reading!