THE BOSS AND THE PLAIN JAYNE BRIDE
Out at lunch with her friend Silvia, Jayne complains about her boring work as an accountant—when in walks the most beautiful man she has ever seen! As they make eye contact, Jayne rushes out of the restaurant in embarrassment. No way a hunk like that would be interested in plain old Jayne! Yet she can't believe her eyes when the same man appears at her seminar. Could this be fate?
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- inner beauty 4
- JAB 01/11/2017
I liked this book because it brings up the issue of women's beauty. In many novels, we have the beautiful heroine and it gets tiring. This brings up that before you bring up outer beauty, you need to work on inner beauty. The heroine has inner beauty with a smart brain, hardworking will, and helpful hand. She just needs a little polish on that inner beauty with a bit of confidence then she only needs a touch up with that outer beauty. The hero, who once worked as a model starts to see how attracted he is to the heroine because of her inner beauty and not outer beauty. They grow more and more connected to each in the hero's time of crisis when his company falls under from the betrayal of a dear family friend. The heroine uses her helping hand and hardworking will to pull the family, though some (the stupid, irresponsible, and vain brother of the hero) aren't as appreciative of the heroine's efforts. Then the hero and heroine separate and the heroine wants to be apart of the hero's world and starts this process of beautifying herself like dieting and working out. Personally, I don't see anything with making healthier choices like less pepsi and more cardio. However, to push yourself to an anorexic state to fit into a plastic world is no way to work on beautifying one's outside. When one wants to change their image like dieting and exercise, I would want them to do it in order to guide them in being confident in their image as a person who takes care of themselves and maybe even go down a size or two. I don't want someone to work out so hard to please others by looking exactly like them. That is where the heroine goes wrong, she tries to look exactly like the women the hero has been surrounded with but it doesn't nothing to the hero except turn away in sadness. I did like how the hero explained to her of why he was attracted to her; for example, her mind and helping hand. That's what I loved about this book.
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