Thirty-seven-year-old Francie Davis is sure her luck has changed when she lands a job on campus that will pay her tuition. But when her handsome new boss yells at her on the first day of work, Francie learns that the last person you expect to fall in love with might be the one that's the most perfect for you.
©2014 Donna K. Weaver (P)2015 Donna K. Weaver
This story really surprised me--in a good way. These days, it's not often that a book can capture my attention right away, but this one did. From the first chapter, I was sucked it and didn't put it down until I'd finished. That's a huge compliment to Donna and her writing. LOVED this book. It's a beautifully written story, narrated well, and a perfect addition to this series. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
I loved The sweetness of the story and the hope of people being able to find true happiness and true love.
I love the way that The story was so natural - how it came together and was plausible.
It was an easy listen and the narrator did a fabulous job reading and doing voices and bring in the story to life.
It left me feeling good and I would definitely recommend it!
I thought the narrator did a fantastic job, and added a depth and emotion to the story that made it incredibly enjoyable to listen to.
I think I liked Sam/Rose the most! She was fun and felt like the kind of girl I wanted to be friends with in college!
I've always enjoyed Donna's books, but I think this one is my favorite. The characters in this book felt like people I knew. They were flawed and complex, with real issues and real redeeming qualities, along with their flaws. I think my favorite part of the book was actually the relationship between Rose and Francie. It added a depth to the story I thoroughly enjoyed.
The romantic tension between Alex and Francie was delicious while still being believable. I loved the boss/employee dynamic and how that influenced the story. My only complaint with this story is it ended too soon! I wasn't ready to say goodbye to the characters or to the relationships they'd forged. Such a satisfying read.
I was given an audio copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. This in no way influenced my review.
I very much enjoyed this book and feel it is every bit as good as any other good book I have listened to.
The writing was great! The story had no boring side trips or awkward phrasing. I am definitely a fan of the author. I like how the characters were human and flawed. I especially enjoyed the sweet relationship between Francis and Rose.
The narrator was definitely not annoying the way some are. Everything flowed well, and I enjoyed the hint of Southern accent that made it come alive
I listened to it it all this morning while cleaning house and then doing my shopping. Normally I dread errands, but today they just flew by!
Content rating is mild: light kissing, no violence, and brief mention of past infidelity.
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