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- Language: English
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- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
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When I read the synopsis of this book I knew it was one I had to read, it has everything I look for in a book especially the single parent aspect which is my all time favourite!
Beth has done such a wonderful job with this book, I have never read anything from her before so I was a bit dubious going into this story. That was all blown out of the water when I read the first page of the book. I have to say this story had me going from tears streaming down my face I was laughing so hard to tears trickling down my face because my heart hurt for Faith and Joey a few times.
Faith was an amazing character, there were a few times I questioned her judgement but overall I loved her. She had such a great attitude about life and acted older than she was but I know that's what happens when you get pregnant as 20 as I was in the same boat!
Gabe definitely stole a piece of my heart, don't get me wrong there were times I thought he was a complete twit but there was just something about that man that made me hot and bothered and made me fall in love with his character. The relationship he developed with Joey was beautiful to watch and I loved his epilogue.
But I have to say Joey and Sylvia completely stole the show in my opinion!! The amount of times these two characters reduced me to a laughing mess had me losing count!! Joey was such a sweetheart, she was an inquisitive little girl that missed nothing and she stole the biggest piece of my heart! Sylvia was a spunky 80 something year old that had a penchant for divulging TMI and meddling in others business! Total Stars of the show!
There were a few characters I absolutely hated, Colt and Nat were the main two! Colt for being a complete C U Next Tuesday and Nat for being so judgemental toward Faith! I didn't understand their friendship at all to be fair! Another person I wasn't a big fan of was Faiths mother! I hated how she was so negative to Faith and I couldn't understand how she could always make her feel so horrible about herself!
Beth's writing was full of quick wit, dry humour, sarcasm and a heaping pile of mushy romance at times! I loved her style and will be looking for other work from her.
This is a must read for anyone who wants to have a giggle while still enjoying the right amount of hotness and of course the budding romance! I wish we could have got a little look at the pair further down the road but overall this was an amazing read! Beth has definitely got herself a new fan!
One thing Faith doesn't know is that Sylvia is the grandmother of her handsome boss. When feelings start to develop and things progress between Faith and her Prince Charming.
I enjoyed this book it was a good read. Better than I expected, Joey was so adorable and funny. Faith was sweet and kind. I loved her personality. I liked this book it was a good read.
I voluntarily read an Advanced Readers copy of this book!
“Yes, our love story had all the elements of the perfect fairy tale, but instead of a fairy godmother, we had a chain smoking, spitfire grandma who didn’t need a magic wand to create a happily ever after. Instead, she used her domineering stubborn ways to make it all come together perfectly…and I wouldn’t have it any other way.”
I have read a few books by Beth Rinyu and this book is up there as one of my favourites of hers, from a meddling fairy godmother to a precocious little girl and a hero and heroine that were to die for, this book had it all. I adored this story, adored the characters (all bar one) and just couldn’t put it down, from laughing out loud one minute to swooning the next, this book ticked my boxes and left me a very happy chappie.
Faith was a single mum; she had fallen pregnant while in college and rather than take the easy way out she embraced her impending motherhood and embraced the situation. She was a fantastic mum, worked all the hours to provide for her daughter, with a little assistance from her parents and a flaky dad that was kind of on the scene still. He provided no financial support as he was still at college after changing his major so many times he was a perpetual student, he lived in a fantasy land.
Faith cleaned houses for the elderly ladies she knew and also hosted sex toy parties at night. Faith’s aspirations were to somehow finish her degree while still giving her daughter the life she deserved, her answers seem to come when she shockingly gets a job where she bombed the interview. However, all is not as it seems… one of the elderly ladies that Faith cleans for, Sylvia, is actually her boss’s grandmother. Faith and Sylvia have a fantastic friendship and Sylvia also idolises her grandson Gabe…so she becomes a matchmaker…she has put them in each other’s paths…now it is up to them to do the rest…but not before she meddles some more.
With Faith trying to keep the family unit that her daughter deserves she learns the hard way that leopards do not change their spots. With a job that pushes her mentally but gives her a new lease of life, Faith kind of goes through a metamorphosis with new found confidence that is only fuelled by her extremely handsome boss, Gabe.
“I was definitely feeling like I was in an alternate version of Cinderella with my naked Prince Charming lying next to me. But who needs a fairy godmother with a magical wand when you’ve got a boss with a magical d**k?”
Gabe and Faith have a huge physical attraction, but the more these two work together the more the attraction grows into something special. Gabe is relationship averse after being burned and a complete workaholic but Faith gives him the incentive to change, to live a life, rather than be a monotonous robot. The fact that Faith’s daughter, Joey, idolises him, is just another added bonus.
“Why invest time into things that are only going to fall apart…”
“Because maybe one time they’ll fall together.”
As always, the course of true love never runs smooth but with a meddling Sylvia, these two should have just given up the ghost, admitted defeat and sailed off into the sunset. Sylvia was a hoot, she brought the light and humour into this cute romance and totally blew me away. Everyone will want a grandmother like her. Joey was ADORABLE and this little girl will melt the hardest of hearts. But most of all, Beth Rinyu brings you an honest and real romance, where opposites do attract, fairy tales do exist and love conquers all. Totally loved it.
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