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Gypsy Rae Choszer grew up in the valley below Mount Timpanogos where she watched the apricot trees in her backyard bloom every spring. When she was eighteen she packed her bags and ran away to the exotic locale of Mesa Arizona to begin the work of being an adult. Gypsy's love of reading began as a child when her mom would take her to their local library and let her bring home stacks of whatever she wanted. This often lead to Gypsy reading with a dictionary nearby to explain words she didn't understand, but knew her mother wouldn't approve of. In her spare time she likes to explore photography, make jewelry, eat chocolate, and mix magical potions. When she's not writing, you can find Gypsy hanging out at home with her husband and best friend, their three children, a neurotic dog, and four chickens. However, Gypsy knows her family will not be complete until she brings home a peacock and a goat.

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  • File Size: 3125 KB
  • Print Length: 330 pages
  • Publisher: Gypsy Rae Choszer (May 27, 2014)
  • Publication Date: May 27, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KMF8LKY
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Gypsy Rae Choszer grew up in the valley below Mount Timpanogos where she watched the apricot trees in her backyard bloom every spring. When she was eighteen she packed her bags and ran away to the exotic locale of Mesa Arizona to begin the work of being an adult.

Gypsy's love of reading began as a child when her mom would take her to their local library and let her bring home stacks of whatever she wanted. This often lead to Gypsy reading with a dictionary nearby to explain words she didn't understand, but knew her mother wouldn't approve of.

In her spare time she likes to explore photography, make jewelry, eat chocolate, and mix magical potions.

When she's not writing, you can find Gypsy hanging out at home with her husband and best friend, their three children, a neurotic dog, and four chickens. However, Gypsy knows her family will not be complete until she brings home a peacock and a goat.

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By Jena Campbell on September 28, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
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Rating: 4.5 stars

Wow, so this book was really good. But it was good in a way that is different than other books. It's subtle. I'm not saying anything bad about hte storyline but it wasn't anything that is unique in a phenomenal way. Even though I do love the story concept and the way it flowed. The story started off with Avery eperiencing the car crash that killed her parents, almost like a flashback or a dream. The next chapter is her in Portland with her new roommate Jonah, who I love. Throughout the story we get to see Avery and Gabe meet, which is hilarious, and watch as their relationship grows. While that is taking place, Avery is trying to work up the nerve to tell her birthmother, Marianna, who she is while working at her shop.

I think the thing that really made this book so good for me was that I have never felt such a wide range of extreme emotions all within one book. In the beginning I was laughing so hard that I had to stop reading to catch my breath. Oh god, the awkwardness. It was amazing and hilarious and just so much fun. Avery is such an awkward character in certain situations and I can relate to that. There were moments when I was reading the book through my fingers because I was covering my face in embarassment for her. It was so good. I don't think I have ever laughed so much while reading a book. And then on the flip side of that, there were moments when I was crying. And it takes a lot to make me cry, especially when reading a book. The author just wrote in a way that made you feel what was going on. And when we meet Gabe's dad it is just so sad. Or in the end when things aren't going so great for Avery (I don't want to give any spoilers), it was sad and I felt it.

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“Rain Check” by Gypsy Rae Choszer
5 out of 5 stars

Emotional, moving, heartwarming, and delightful are all words I would use to describe “Rain Check” by Gypsy Rae Choszer. If that meets your criteria, then don’t hesitate over the buy button…just click it and get to reading!

The last few years have been traumatic for Avery. Looking for a fresh start and searching for a person she never knew about before has led her to Portland. Now she’s standing face to face with a new facet of her life and she’s terrified to move forward. One humiliating new encounter with a hot guy later and Avery’s more lost than ever. Will she be able to face her past and embrace her new future or will she let her fear win and lose it all?

I found Avery to be refreshing. She is a very realistic and down to earth character that I can completely relate to. I found myself thinking that I would have reacted in the same way she does in every situation she was in. I love that Choszer made her life messy and hard and REAL. The things she has to struggle through could happen to anyone and that made the journey even sweeter. This is a character that I can definitely invest in and root for.

Gabe has demons of his own. Not every break up is cut and dried and I appreciated that Choszer gave him his own journey as well. I like that he was honest with Avery in the beginning and valued her enough to tell her he needed some clarity. Watching their love story unfold was endearing and I fell in love with them as they fell for each other. His family is a priority and that is awesome in my book. He’s a hard worker and dedicated to the things that matter to him. He is definitely a perfect mix of everything you want in a guy!

I love Jonah.
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This was a sweet and enchanting new adult romance which was engaging from the start.

Avery has made her way to Portland to find her real mother after she found out she was adopted after her parent’s death in a car crash a few years before. However when she finds herself standing in front of the woman she now knows to be her birth mother, she finds she cannot confront her and ends up applying for a job working for her in her mystical shop, The Crystal Moon.

Whether this is a good move, only time will tell but it means a longer stay in Portland which she is happy about as she gets to stay with her new found best friend, Jonah.

Jonah is a freelance artist and an instant lovable character. He is currently off relationships due to his last man letting him down. He needs his own book *hint hint* Ms Choszer! I loved how supportive he was of Avery and how he kept her spirits high after each disappointment she has. After all who could not love a man who loves chocolate, ice-cream, cookies and Supernatural!

It is whilst out on a night out at the local bar with Jonah and his friends that Avery first makes eye contact with the gorgeous Gabe. But after a disastrous episode in the men’s toilet she escapes and hopes she never has to see him again after she had embarrassed herself in front of him! However they do meet again in the local coffee shop that Gabe’s family happen to own and he runs. It was from then on that the romance blossoms with a hiccup in between, but for the most part a sweet romance occurs.
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Hi Kate,

There is a companion book in the works that follows Wren. No publication date yet, but sometime hopefully by summer 2015. This one won't have the same connection with Jennifer Miller's book since it won't focus on Avery, that was something we did when we were plotting our books out... Read More
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