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  • Excellent

    After eight years Alison Davies has had enough. She's tired of being the "trophy wife" of a complete jerk. Yes, she has everything she needs and more but it's just not enough. So, regardless of the prenup she signed she wants out. Now! Basically penniless Alison is ready to start a new life. Moving to a new town and getting a job in a small diner Alison is finally getting to experience life. Learning to do things for herself gives her little thrills no one would ever understand. So maybe there is a gorgeous, very helpful guy across the street. So maybe he's a little more than interested in Alison. She can resist. She should resist. Until she doesn't..... I really enjoyed this story. It was fun to watch as Alison learns to be independent and strong. As she slowly learns that someone helping doesn't mean she's dependent on them the relationship between herself and Rob changes. These two worked well together. I definitely recommend this one!

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  • 3.5 Stars

    3.5 Stars Alison leaves her husband of eight years because there is no love in her marriage and she's nothing more than a trophy to him. Determined to stand on her own two feet, she moves into the family home that was left to her after the death of her parents. Her first day in town, she meets her neighbor, Rob, but refuses any help from him in her quest for independence. Rob is drawn to people who need him. When his new, attractive neighbor moves in, he has to find a way to get to know her better and get her to go on a date with him. I had difficulty connecting to the characters in this story. There was a lot of talk in the book about the pull that the characters had toward each other but I just never felt it. I liked that there was dual POV. I loved the little notes that Rob left for Alison every morning at breakfast. *This is my voluntary review of an Advanced Reader Copy*

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  • Trophy Wife

    A great story!! Alison has left her life as the "trophy wife" now flat broke she takes a job ass a waitress from the help of her neighbor, Rob. They both have exs, but soon find they can not fight off the chemistry but can Alison open her heart up to Rob. How can you not love Rob with all the sweet notes on the napkins at the diner he leaves Alison. I really enjoyed this story. Great characters!! It was great to see how Alison grew through out the story. I highly recommend this book!

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