I was lucky to get an advanced copy and I loved this book! The characters have depth and are relatable. It's not just the fairy tale updated. It has its own storyline influenced by the fairy tale. We all know that romances have happy endings, but how the characters get there is what I love about this book.
The love sorry aside, I appreciate that the main characters are lawyers but are shown with integrity even when representing an unsavory character. Also, it shows them having real lives with real problems. Thanks for giving me a read that shows lawyers can be good at what they do and be good people too.
Back to the love story, it was fantastic! I will for sure be a re-read for me. Love the writing style: easy to read without being juvenile. It's witty, funny, and engaging. Read it and you will love it too!
I was lucky enough to receive an advanced copy of this book from the author. I wanted an advanced copy after I read the synopsis..."Julianne used to believe in fairy tales; she's been watching for Prince Charming to come charging in on his white steed ever since the day her mother read her Cinderella for the first time. But she's never come close to finding the perfect man-instead she's always tripping over her childhood best friend, Will." Every girl searches for her "perfect love story!" Since the time we are born, our parents read us countless love stories such as Cinderella, Snow White, and Beauty and the Beast to name a few. We go on date after date, both good and bad, and search for the one perfect guy... and sometimes he is right in front of us. Julianne, our key character, has everything. She has a perfect job, wonderful friends, and great mother. The only thing she is missing in her fairy tale is love. Throughout the book, we join her journey in search of her perfect love stor...
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I love to read mysteries, historical fiction, classics and young adult fiction, but I have never read westerns or science fiction novels. it's time to branch out and give these other genres a try. Does anyone have suggestions for novice (and wary) sci-fi and western readers?
Try out Brent Weeks, his Shadow Trilogy is a great start for a new fantasy read, keeps the overwhelming fantasy elements scant, tells a great story with relatable characters, and is great for a re-read.
Try reading Author Rusty Nugent. He is a Dark Fantasy writer. The title of the book series is Moonwarriors. It's an good werewolves vs evil vampires series. It is the best novel I have read from a new author.
I may have missed it but I don't see Elmore Leonard's name among the Western writers' names in the recommendations. I think you might enjoy his Westerns. He's known for his more modern works (action? crime? He's really hard to categorize) but he used to be a very prolific western writer - my husband is a huge fan of all of his work and my father loved his Westerns. By now you've probably discovered a few more writers so please come back and share!
I'm trying to find a new book on Jean Harlow, "Harlow in Hollywood", by Darrell Rooney and Mark A. Vieira. It was published in March 2011 by Angel City Press, and the ISBN data is as folliows:
Amazon and Barnes and Noble both have it, though Borders doesn't (not surprising considering their financial problems). It's not currently in Overstock's catalog. Is there any chance you may be able to add it?
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