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    Simply a beautiful read

    This book is a memorable one not just because it's a nice read but also this is the very first book I bought online, via kobo. I have this phobia of purchasing online but I overcome it due to my curiosity. I watched Hallmark ' s December Bride and learned that the TV movie was based on a novel written by Denise Hunter. I fell in love with the TV version. I watched it repetitively and I wanted to read the novel from which the movie was base on. I love the novel. There are some changes in the plot and details vis-a-vis the movie, but all in all, it's a nice read. If you want to some light reading and to believe in the euphoric effects of the state of being in love, read the book. It's like reading a Nicholas Sparks novel with a happy ending.
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    Layla O'Reilly is a strong woman in her own way. Coming from the wrong side of the tracks, with a dead mother and an alcoholic father, she has had to work hard for everything she has. And she is making it - crawling up the ladder with teeth and fingernails, working as a waitress and trying to get her business off the ground. She is hit hard when her (Loser!) fiance' dumps her for her own cousin. Her snotty, plastic, self centered cousin. Not only that, she has to attend their wedding! When her wedding date, her good friend Cooper gets a 102-degree fever on the day of the wedding, her ex's best friend Murphy comes to the rescue as a replacement date. When her "ultra snotty" cousin insults Layla in front of Murphy, he decides to claim an engagement with Layla, much to her horror - for Murphy is who she blames for the ex's betrayal. (Why do women never blame the EX's for the nasty things they do?) What happens after is expected, but at the same time both fun and a bit more creative than most. The pains that Layla goes through to get the attention and jobs due someone of her skills is battered by the behaviour and insular attitudes of the people whom she needs to sell her business services as a home stager to. I admired her for her guts and her strength, if not so much for her inability to see what a jerk her ex is. Overall, if you like sweet, romantic stories without all the sex that overpowers so many books with strong possibilities as good stories but wind up as nothing but porn, this is one you should read. I received this book from NetGalley and the publisher in return for my honest opinion.
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    Too Short To Be Truly Great

    It's very short and you feel it in the romance. Half the book is spent on premise set up, so you don't really see the characters fall in love.

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