On the surface, Paige Paget seems to have it all. She's beautiful, confident, successful, and the co-owner of a new business, Cheer-Mania Academy, with her sister, Polly. But beneath her seemingly charmed life, Paige is a woman stifled by rules.
When Paige meets Jordy Evans, the brother and now guardian of Paige's 14-year-old student, Gabrielle, she believes Jordy may be the man of her dreams. However, dating a man with the responsibility of parenting a teen means a whole new set of rules, and Paige isn't so sure she can handle it.
But the rules of love might not let Paige get away so easily.
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I Love a great supernatural tale, a Love story, PNR, a Cool Mystery and Most Sci-Fi....if there are vampires, weres or witches in it, that's a plus! Basically I am a 40+ y/o young at heart woman rediscovering the wonderful world of books and am now addicted! Lol I LOVE AUDIBLE!!!!!
Paige and her great attitude...I like how she knew what she wanted and did not want to settle for less!
The initial meeting..it was a bit rocky...but you knew it was going to be ok!
When Paige felt rejected...I wanted to tell her..nooo don't feel like that..but I completely understood why!
** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **
Paige is a lovely cheer dance/pageant coach and when she meets Jordy the brother of one of her students...sparks fly, they embark on a little romance, and when signals get crossed it almost ends....but true love always conquers all!!! Very sweet story, and well worth a listen...Narration was good...but a bit flat...but it still was a very nice listen!
I enjoyed this quite bit. The narration was good and I liked the different voices that Rebecca Hansen did. The book, not the narration, seemed bit fast paced in regards to their love story, but this is the first book I've heard from this author, so maybe that is her speed? Either way, I recommend giving it a try!
One part of the story I would have liked better is if her ex would have come back during, possibly, the competition at the pumpkin patch and tried to talk to her. Maybe I'm just one of those people that likes to see more conflict during certain parts. That being said, I did not dock any stars just because of what I would have liked. It doesn't work that way.
Another thing I didn't care for was that they didn't specify when one chapter ended and the next began.
I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review, which I have given, from either the author, narrator, or publisher through Audiobookblast•com. Possibly through Facebook, I'll have to double check.
Sweet, simple and to the point. That's more than three, oh well.
I loved the description of the town. The season in the story coincides with the one I am entering into so it is a special treat.
I have never listened to Rebecca Hansen before.
This book was pretty short, though it was a full story so it wasn't hard to listen to in one sitting.
Want to take a quick trip to a small town? Here's your chance.
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