Ouch, this one hurt. There are a lot of pages here. Three books worth, probably. But I consumed it as fast I could even though I was hindered by starting a new job. Life! This is not a published book and I’m not entirely certain
I could not wait for this follow-up to ‘Three Reasons To Say Yes.’ When you love a book so much, there is always the fear that your high expectations will not be met with future installments. No worries with this one.
I am really not liking audio books. I keep trying. And I keep getting annoyed at the odd voices and incorrect tone. In this one, Courtney sounded like a butch pothead. Maggie sounded like a flighty blonde. And there is nothing sexy about any of
Am I the only person who thought this was a Wizard of Oz retelling or something? The font and the green and the curtain? No? OK, maybe just me. Well, the only similarity it had with the Wizard of OZ was Caton probably wishing she
Falling in love in a small town. Devyn is a work-a-holic real estate broker in Philadelphia. She left Dreamer’s Bay behind for bigger and better things. Elizabeth is Dreamer’s Bay’s sweetest resident. She couldn’t imagine anyone not loving it in the small town. An incident
Romance at its finest. “Tilly had longed for a simple life and devoting herself to God. Kate had longed for a simple life and devoting herself to Tilly.” Rarely do I feel like a book so emphatically resonates with me. All of the pieces have
An emotional journey of trying to recapture a lost love. Bridgette left her girlfriend, Alex, 5 years ago to move to New York and pursue her musical aspirations. Time has been good to both of them. Bridgette found the success she was looking for and
Read for the second time. The day after I read it the first time. Why? Because I love this. And I had to read to my wife. I think I liked it more the second time, too. Guh. Why is this so good? Why is
An authentic love story. This book gave me the feels entirely throughout. Sophie is a famous adult contemporary musician who has been in some trouble recently as she deals with the death of her manager.
I hadn’t realized that this was a secondary book to ‘Perfect Rhythm.’ No worries, you do not need to have read that book to enjoy this one.