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THE PLAYBOY'S PLAIN JANE
Florist Katie Pritchard is a shy, unassuming woman. Katie mostly keeps to herself, but she has one guilty pleasure—watching local celebrity and former athlete Dylan McKinnon. The glamorous athlete turned tycoon…a shy florist—Katie knows they live in different worlds, yet she can’t take her eyes off him. But Dylan has noticed Katie, too. Can he convince her to give him a try?
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- Language of flowers 5
- JAB 03/02/2016 2 people found the following review helpful
I liked this story a lot because it wasn't the usual international passion of fury but a simple in town romance. The hero deals with his mother's alzheimer's and the fact that his father hasn't come to visit her. The heroine deals with the pain of losing her unborn child and how her horrible ex-husband treated her. I liked that the hero pays attention to the heroine's likes; for example, he switches from hockey seats to cat play seats. OI love that we see the hero's point of view and how the flowers' symbolism are used as a message not only between the hero and heroine but also between loved ones like the hero's mother. I liked how the heroine realizes that her first image of the hero is wrong and that he is actually a decent guy. I love how they bond through babysitting the hero's nephew. The story is a great and something you should read.
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