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    Sweet, Honest & Funny

    Hooray for this wonderful start to this new series by Marina Adair! This book evoked so many emotions in me and I really enjoyed it. I laughed, I cried, I swooned, and felt all of the feelings I love to catch in a good romance book. It’s a sweet, emotional, honest, funny, frustrating and very thoughtful story that is about so much more than two people falling in love. In fact that takes quite some time and is probably one of the slowest burns I’ve ever read, but it honestly fit so well with the situation. Anh Ni or Annie as she goes by and Emmitt butt heads almost from the instant they meet but you know what they say about that fine line. Anh struggles with fitting in as a Vietnamese woman who was raised by a white family in the US and being estranged from her culture. She has also just been dumped by her fiancé. Emmitt struggles for a place in his daughter Paisley’s world/heart because he hardly ever sees her due traveling for his job and feels like he is competing with the two other father figures in her life after the death of her mom. With seemingly nothing in common on the surface, watching these two extremely complex people navigate through the day to day and all the challenges thrown at them was an absolute joy to read! I look forward to more in this new series set in a fictional town in RI.
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    Laugh Out Loud RomCom

    The perfect romcom that will have you laughing out loud through the story. A takeoff of two of my favorite movies, Three Men and Baby and 27 Dresses. Annie is a Physician Assistant, who is new to Rome and nursing a broken heart, she is ready for a man free zone when Emmitt, her landlord shows up with physical wounds he is healing and is ready to move back into her house. Soon they can no longer deny the chemistry that they share. On the side story, Emmitt has a teenage daughter that he is raising along with two other men. This was the perfect read during these tiring times, I laughed out loud so many time and even shed a few tears. Love this quirky little town with a cast a characters that are so much fun. Looking forward to revisiting this town. I highly recommend this book.
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    Awesome

    This wonderful book is a fantastic start to a fun new series by one of my favorite authors. This story is fun, flirty and sexy! Annie and Emmitt won my heart from the very beginning and they kept me entertained all the way through the book. Their chemistry is intense and as they try to resist each other you just know there is no way they can do it. This story hit all my emotional buttons and had me laughing at some points while crying at others. Definitely a book for the must read list. I highly recommend it.
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    Wrong Rome. Right Place.

    An engagement gone awry. An ex-fiancé who is using your venue, your caterer, your just about everything to marry another woman…who he found only weeks after your break-up! You find the most perfect, romantic place to heal…Rome. But…in your haste to get out of town, you realize you’re in Rome, Rhode Island…and broke, since your ex hasn’t returned your half of the deposit from the wedding venue! Thus, begins the saga of Anh Nhi (Annie) Walsh, ER Physician’s Assistant, and the woman who is every man she’s ever dated, ‘almost’ fiancée. Settling into Rome, Annie has rented the perfect place. Close to work, nice size, all in all, if she must be in Rhode Island, it was OK. Still dealing with her ex and her parents, who still like her ex, she doesn’t need a midnight visitor disturbing her sanity, her luck, and making her throw shoes! Emmitt Bradley, journalist extraordinaire, is just back from China where he was seriously injured. He’s the owner of the house but didn’t let his buddy know he was coming back, thus Annie is the tenant. Annie doesn’t feel complete. She’s Vietnamese but doesn’t feel like she ‘fits’ with either her Anglo adoptive parents, or the Vietnamese community. She’s trying her best, but she always feels like the outsider. Emmitt doesn’t feel complete. He has a child and doesn’t feel like a parent. He’s gone all the time and didn’t know about his daughter, Paisley, until she was five. He’s trying his best, but he always feels like he’s the outsider. Annie and Emmitt both have problems they need to work out. As they begin to take on each other’s burdens, will they realize that they can become complete together? I’m a fan of Ms. Adair. She’s speaking from her heart about this issue and it shows. Great book.
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    Very Sweet!

    I think the little blurb does this book a disservice. Yes, it is cute and funny but it also has some more serious issues, like Emmitt trying to find his place in the family with his daughter Paisley (or Sweet P), her step dad and her mother's brother. That was heartbreaking at times and oh so sweet at others. Add that in with Annie trying to recover from a jerk of an ex fiance who is marrying the love of his life in the venue that Annie had picked out, on the day that was also special to Annie. That part infuriated me a little, especially since the dress that Annie picked (it was her grandmother's) ended up being modified by accident to fit Molly Leigh (the new love of Clark's life)! I enjoyed reading this book and I wish Emmitt and Annie a long and happen life together, whether it is in Rome, Rhode Island or where ever they travel! Though Rome, Rhode Island seems like it has a bunch of interesting people and would be a lovely place to live.
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