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  • made me laugh and swoon and provided a very good t

    It's Raining Men by Julie Hammerle was a very realistic and hilarious take on the love life of a successful woman reachinh forty. The story line was unique and captivating. The writing style is eqaully fabulous. It has some amazing characters from various parts of society and the full spectrum of personalities will keep you entertained. It achieved what a great rom com should- it made me laugh and swoon and provided a very good time! If you had heartbreaks and heartaches in life and still believe in true love, It's Raining Men by Julie Hammerle is for you. It was a real love story with special effects of swoon and laugh that make everything extra beautiful. I reviewed an early copy voluntarily provided by Entangled Publishing through Netgalley 4 likes

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  • Modern women's dilemma🤔

    👩‍⚕How to disspell the lonely? 4.5🌟 stars I really enjoyed this story which had both its lighthearted and serious moments. A forty year-old, career-driven, single female professional who finds her social circle changing and leaving her behind; I can identify with that. What she does about it totally unintentionally (but is it really?) is a really good tale, told well. Each man in her life is quite different and suited to a sampling of what Dr. Annie thinks she's looking for. Author Julie Hammerle gives enough of a glimpse into both lead and secondary characters and their challenges, including a lovable dog named Joanne. There are matchmaking and nay saying types who get involved as Annie struggles to find what she really wants from life in the way of career, friendship, romance and personal growth. Altogether a quickly-read novel with a few sad losses but that ends well with lot of content characters and one or two unexpected twists. Thanks to Entangled Amara and NetGalley for sharing a complimentary advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest opinion.

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  • A fun, light romantic comedy

    A delightful, fun romantic comedy with loads of quirky characters and even a dog named Joanne. Annie is a concierge doctor in Chicago who is about to turn forty and starts to reassess her life when her best friend and roommate suddenly gets engaged and moves out. During an alcohol-fueled evening, she texts 39 of the men in her contacts and tells them she is ready to settle down and asks if anyone is interested. She’s surprised when two of the men reply that they are interested! One if Robert, the son of her mother’s next-door neighbor and her high school crush, and the other is the flashy news reporter Darius. This is a fun, light fast-paced book, that was enjoyable from the very beginning of the book. Annie is a well-developed character who is easy to root for. Dax, Darius, and Rob are all fun characters, with their own flaws and issues that make for a tough decision for Annie. Annie’s friends are quirky and real and add some additional levity to the story. And Joanne, the dog, is a fun, lighthearted addition to the story. I recommend this book to anyone looking for a heartwarming, fun romantic comedy. I received a complimentary copy of this book. The opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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  • Love This Searching for Mr. Right Romantic Comedy

    I loved It’s Raining Men by Julie Hammerle, it is the first book that I have ever read by Julie Hammerle and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was an incredible story and I loved reading every moment on every page and could not put it down. She provided her readers with the amazing characters, that I loved, who feel like close friends! Who doesn't love hot sexy men, strong females, loving families and friends, who always support one another, they are all such wonderful characters? Her characters in It’s Raining Men are so believable and charming, they share great chemistry, lots of laughs, and steamy romance. It’s Raining Men delivers all those things that I love most about romantic comedies. I love that Julie Hammerle wrote It’s Raining Men from a single point of view, Annie Kyle’s. I enjoyed seeing everything from her viewpoint. It’s Raining Men is filled with all those things that I have come to love in a romantic comedy love story, especially the poignant and bittersweet moments that filled this page turner. It’s Raining Men is the story of Dr. Annie Kyle, a concierge physician. The story begins on the night that Annie’s best friend, Kelly announces her engagement to Mark. Annie did not even realize that Kelly was in a serious relationship with anyone. The plan was for Annie and Kelly to grow old together and spend their golden years on adventures together. With her fortieth birthday approaching, Annie drunk texts on the men in her contact list, looking for someone to enter into a business arrangement and marry her. Two men respond, Rob Casey, her first love and next-door neighbor growing up and Darius Green, a local news reporter, known for this Man on Main Street segments. The bartender, Dax Logan, who that supplied Annie with the drinks and was aware of her plan with the text messages, tells Annie that she should not settle for a relationship that does not include love. I love the interactions and relationships that Annie develops with Rob, Darius, and Dax. My favorite part of the story are the witty chapter subtitles. I also enjoyed the heartwarming conversation that Annie had with her mother. I also loved the friendship between Annie, Yessi, and Kelly, her college friends, they proved to Annie that she could always count on them. Who doesn’t love family and friends that always have each other’s backs? It’s Raining Men is filled with all those things that I love in a romantic comedy, incredible characters, amazing story, light, poignant and bittersweet moments, and unexpected plot twists. I am glad that in the end that Annie decided that age was just a number, and the changes she made in her life after the death of one of her favorite patients. Julie Hammerle did not disappoint in her delivery of those things. I am looking forward to reading other books by Julie Hammerle. I love how she resolved the plot twist; it was truly a heartwarming moment. I really enjoyed reading It’s Raining Men, it was an amazing story and I highly recommend it.

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  • a five-star read that I would shower with love

    It’s Raining Men by Julie Hammerle a five-star read that I would shower with love. I adored this story, it was so nice seeing characters go after what they wanted and yes, they cared what others thought, but it didn’t stop them. Annie warmed me to the deepest parts of my toes, from her strength for others, to her random quiz knowledge she made me smile at every turn, especially for how she is for Joanne and Boo. Annie may be the main character in this story, but she wasn’t the only one I adored, there were so many, even Kelly when she was at her most Bridezilla, you knew there was something else. Then we have the Batchelors, who would you choose? I know I was happy with Annie’s choice in the end. This is a heart-warming rom com of a read that will warm even the coldest hearts as well as keep you guessing and increase your trivia knowledge, what more can you want?

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