Becky Holgate's lost her focus. It's complicated...she didn't mean to fall in love with another woman's guy. How could she be a matchmaker for other people if all she could think about was her own heart? Determined to ignore her growing infatuation, she set her sights on building her career. Only Reed Amwell was making it hard to concentrate; every encounter left her breathless.
Reed didn't mean to fall for the curvy girl, but she was carefree, silly, and fresh. Her soft curves and playful heart had him questioning his current relationship. Could he be with the wrong girl? He needed to figure it out fast, because his wedding day was getting closer by the minute.
With a laugh-out-loud best friend, an insane cat, and a business to run, Becky Holgate didn't have time for guys like Reed Amwell...until time was running out.
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I like the vignettes. A nice one
Please, Ms. Catori, for the good of the literary world, find a new hobby.
This book is awful. It's like you let a 10-year old loose on your word processor and then added a few cheesy sex scenes.
If you must continue writing these God-awful, puerile excuses for novels, at least attempt to obtain a rudimentary grasp of Jr. High English concepts. You know, things like basic punctuation, proofreading and proper usage of your and you're.
(Oh, and not placing a comma before the "and" in the above phrase.)
Rushed plot progression. Unrealistic dialogue. Unnecessary and ridiculous errors (you’re and your? Come on, now!) This is what you write for a rough draft, and then edit, refine, PROOFREAD, and publish. Not to mention the constant self-hate from the main character was just painful to read. How is a woman going to start a dating agency for plus sized women when she hates being plus sized? Without confidence in herself how can she possibly breathe life and confidence into her company and into her clients? Anyone would see her self hate and self-deprecation a mile away. Who is going to want that advocating for them? It just was not good.