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A WEDDING WORTH WAITING FOR
Karrie Dolton could have cruised through her career without ever standing out, but accidentally spilling a drink on Farne Maitland’s dress shirt could cost her her job! He offers her an easy way to repay him: just go on a simple date with him. Will Karrie fall for a man who might just be more in love with his job than his employee?
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- a hop hop feeling 2.5 3
- JAB 02/20/2017
I look back over the preview of the book and it reminds me of why I gave it a 2.5 rating. I felt a loss of the growing love. We have a heroine who lives with her fighting every night parents because the father works too much and the mother remembers all the times the father "seemed" to find faults with her. Then we have the usual pursuit of the "cougar" hero going after the "bunny" of the heroine. And as much as she is going acts like innocent. She is seeing two men at the same time and they're both from the same workplace. Then the hero initiates sex and the heroine pulls card of "I'm a virgin because...." with additional reasons like family issues. This act leads the hero to ask the heroine to marry him and here I am reading and wondering what is going on. Then for the next 60 pages, we get the roller coaster ride of the heroine's consciousness because she don't know if the hero truly loves and never really seems to bring it up till the end. It was just not my cup of tea and they didn't receive much brownie points except for the heroine holding up the stop sign to sex and the hero being respectful to that sign.
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