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CEOs Don't Cry Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
M s Vaughn admirably catches the flavour of small town American society where people look out for each other .
She contrasts this by highlighting the back stabbing that can occur in big city offices where go getting money grubbing executives feel threatened by younger but more talented co workers.
The reader is lead through a light frothy romance as the heroine is beguiled by the way the townsfolk help and care for each other and she is emeshed in their overt matchmaking plans whilst launching her own business.
But I have to say I LOVED IT. The characters were just so adorable, the Library Ladies were hilariously loveable and the sparks between the two main characters were undeniable. My favourite aspect of the book was the fact that *spoiler* The relationship began as a convenient pact and we slowly saw them both falling for each other whilst also denying it to themselves.
For anyone looking for a cute summer read, I highly recommend. And for the price, you can't go wrong!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A good read but just not long enough! I needed more of the details of the characters of the story.Published 8 months ago by Marian
Light hearted and easy read. Fairly predictable but still enjoyablePublished 9 months ago by Joanne
A good book for the price. A classic will they won't they story with a couple of twists here and there.Published 10 months ago by D. Keogh
An average romance. Nice enough but not gripping and very little character depth. It's a "take it or leave it" one.Published 11 months ago by Gaby Morris