Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds
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Jake Manning is making a toast to the bride and groom. Claire Holbrook who has raised her glass has a major crush on him. But she doesn’t realize how well men can hide their feelings. They dance a song together all alone on the dance floor. What song do you think it would be?
They have an interesting conversation following an outburst at a barbeque – I wish this came with video. Especially when Claire breaks out some dry-erase boards. I could picture this transferring to the small screen very well.
If you love romantic comedies than this book is for you. There were times when I wanted to laugh out loud but it wasn’t conducive to the area I was sitting in – out in the middle of the library. At the very least you can’t help but smile while reading Victoria’s book.
There’s a scene where Claire is talking with her mom and all I can say is, “Two points to Claire!” I can totally understand having the same type of relationship with my mother. It also makes me realize that sometimes we give our mothers more power in our adult lives than they should have.
This is a great book to read when you’re on the treadmill. You forget everything going on around you and then you don’t realize how much time has passed. The bad news is that it brought me closer to the end. But the even better news is that I’m looking forward to reading more of this series. This is a must to have on your e-reader.