Dear Jenna Anderson;

Thank you for the opportunity to read your book.  While this book was a quick and easy read (78 pages), I found that it was too short and too easy. None of the characters were very deep and while there were moments that I felt some emotion towards them, that emotion didn’t last more than a couple of sentences. I believe if the story were developed more and written better you would have an endearing story and one where the reader would care.

One example of where the story line just didn’t make sense was when Tracy found Dr. Jeremy in her house with his car parked in the garage. They had only gone out one time before that. After a lame attempt of asking “How did you get in here”, she quickly forgot her question when he swooped in for a kiss. I can’t imagine a woman reacting that way. Especially a woman with a young son.

Tracy has spent 90% of the book telling him they could not be together due to age difference and people talking.  In the last several pages, they kissed, she gave in and they moved in together. It felt very rushed and incomplete.

The book deserves a re-write.


Overall: D

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