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  • In Other Words, Love

    In Other Words, Love by Shirley Jump is such a sweet romance - both in terms of genre and just in general. The second-chance romance is everything you could ever want. Kate is terrified to let herself fall for Trent again. And Trent is just terrified in general. While Kate and Trent didn't have a massive, horrible, awful breakup, it did leave Kate devastated. I'm not entirely sure how it left Trent. Possibly regretful? I wish I could have gotten a little more into his head about that. But now they need each other. Kate needs the paycheck from ghostwriting his book. And Trent needs her to ghostwrite the book or his company could be in trouble. So they agree to keep it professional - but we all know how that turns out. Their path back to each other was scenic and beautiful. Their connection was evident on every page. Both characters had to grow and change. Life threw them both several curveballs, and it only made them seem more real. Sometimes they rolled with the punches, and sometimes they needed some help to get there. The side characters really stood out in this one. The snarky and unsupportive friend from college. The families that only wanted what was best for both of them. Especially Kate's grandma - she was amazing. There was more than just a romance here. There was a finding of themselves. A reconnection to their dreams and who they really are. A very well-developed and captivating story. **I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book**

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  • One of my favorites!!!

    Oh man, this was a good one. Every character was likable (except for one, you know who you are!!), and Kate was so relatable. I LOVED GRANDMA WANDA. I laughed out loud multiple times, but I also teared up near the end. The author has a great writing style; the way she writes the dialogue really lets the personality of the characters show through (like the adorable little girl at the bowling alley.) Everything, from the dialogue to the situations, seemed very realistic and I wish all of these people were real! Kate and Grandma Wanda, Trent and his whole family.....all of them!! And, Grandma Wanda was almost like a Grandmother Willow type character...She had so many seeds of wisdom that she would give you at just the right time. Not only was this just a really fun enjoyable read, but I actually learned something about sea turtles! Plus, the recipe at the end is DELICIOUS. I would be beyond excited if Hallmark turned this one into a movie. I received an advanced copy for review. All opinions are my own. (this review is about the ebook, not the audiobook. couldn't find where to review the ebook.)

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  • Love is about risk...

    “Love is about risk. Caution has no place in the equation.” I loved Kate and Trent in this second chance romance! This was a fairly quick read and was a perfect way to occupy my afternoon. The characters were well written, and the storyline was one I hadn’t read before! Kate essentially gets hired to ghostwrite a CEO’s biography…the one her broke her heart back in college. While they discuss Trent’s life and how he got to where he is today, old feelings begin to resurface leaving them both wondering if a future together might be possible. Make sure to grab this one when it releases on April 21st.

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  • My Musings

    Thanks go to the publisher and Net-Galley for the complimentary copy of In Other Words, Love by Shirley Jump for the purpose of reading and reviewing. A contemporary Romance and a stand-alone novel. My opinions are my own and no one has influenced them. In Other Words, Love is a lovely romance with engaging characters and a unique plot. The troupe is a second chance romance, which is a favorite of mine. The writing is smooth and flows, making the pacing perfect, keeping me engaged from the beginning to the end. Kate’s character is real with her own insecurities. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know her. While she wants to write her own books, she ends up as a ghostwriter. She’s an introvert and enjoys being alone more than with crowds. Her parents spent a lot of her childhood away, so she spent most of her time with her grandmother. That may have influenced her risk adverse attitude toward life. Trent’s a great hero with his own set of issues. He never believed his father saw him as a success, even though Trent has formed a successful international company. When Kate enters his life again—they dated for a year during college)—the attraction is immediate. I enjoyed getting to know him and his insecurities. The romance between Kate and Trent is sweet and the deep friendship they had in college fosters it. I loved watching their romance flourish and wanted to see them find their happy ending. If you enjoy contemporary romance with intriguing characters and a compelling plot, then you will want to read In Other Words, Love. This is the first book I’ve read by Ms. Jump, but it will not be the last. Happy reading!

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  • Sweet

    I was offered an advanced copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This was a sweet and enjoyable clean read. It involves a second chance romance that took 15 years to figure out. Trent broke up with Kate at the end of college, 15 years later, Trent needs some help with writing his autobiography. His PR person at his multimillion dollar company suggests he use a ghost writer to help him meet his impending deadline. Well, it just so happens that Kate is a ghost writer. You can pretty much figure out how it goes from there. The author does a great job weaving their lives back together and then of course there’s the impending doom! It’s worth taking a chance on. It will definitely become a Hallmark movie.

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