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Ain't Love Grand? by [Taylor, Dana]
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They first meet when he tackles her to the ground. All Persephone Jones was doing was trying to stop the bulldozer from destroying the herb garden she planted on property adjoining hers. But her new neighbor, Jason Brooks, was not only building a beautiful new house, but also a landing strip over her garden. Persephone and Jason couldn't be more different. He is a well-known, high-powered defense attorney with money to burn. She's the illegitimate daughter of a flower child, and dispenses wheat-grass smoothies as well as herbal remedies from her modest shop. And neither of them can understand their mutual attraction. In spite of appearances, Persephone doesn't abide by all hippie principles. For instance, when Jason suggests that they make their relationship more intimate, she demurs. For her sex is an important step, indicating that marriage is on the horizon. He feels differently, but love will have its way in this charming tale of opposites attracting. Maria Hatton
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Dana Taylor is a fabulous new author who has written a laugh-out-loud romance between a hero and heroine who are so different from each other, yet still manage to fall in love.  This is comedy at its best.  The plot is strong, and you can't help but become engrossed in the daily lives of Persephone and Jason.  You just know they are meant to be together. AIN'T LOVE GRAND? is a wonderful story that you surely will not want to miss. ---Robyn Reo Romance Reviews Today

Product Details

  • File Size: 1115 KB
  • Print Length: 204 pages
  • Publisher: Supernal Friends Publishing (February 7, 2011)
  • Publication Date: February 7, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004MPRAHU
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By C. Williams on April 28, 2011
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I enjoyed the book, it was a great story. It would have been 5 stars for me if there had been no religious intrusion in the story. Both lead characters were fun to read, and I was definitely rooting for them to get together.
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I truly loved this book and think it could be one of the best all-around "love stories" I've read to date.

I luuuvvv that the Hero and Heroine must decide if their love for each other is worth compromising on all other aspects of their lives.

In addition, the herbal healing element is terrific and the pig-farming prospects are a stitch...although quite a smelly stitch at that! LOL!

Tons of great heart and a few great laughs too in this little gem!!!
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This is a story about how Persephone and Jason fall in love, but it's not just a romance novel. It's actually quite funny and I truly enjoyed meeting the characters and watching their personalities unfold before me. I loved Persephone's herb and earthy personality pitted against Jason's Corporate and Finance. This is not your average dime novel with nothing but S-E-X. It's a great story and Dana tells it well, with just enough spice thrown in to make it interesting. Looking forward to reading her other books.
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Persephone and Jason couldn't be any more different they are the total opposites attract couple.

Persephone owns a herbal healing store and Jason is a big top lawyer,she views sex as something sacred and love as special,whereas he thinks of it as just an end to a means after being with someone for so long.Their relationship is fire from the beginning and throughout the story they are just trying to figure out if it's worth being with some someone different from yourself or should they quit before they are in too deep.

Overall this story has great characters,a great plot,and real problems.I recommend it!
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Neat story of how opposites can attract. I did no find the religious under tones overbearing, but a part of contemporary life as one woman really tries to live the christian life - be kind to others and love God - and not just how some contemporary people think a Christian should act, I liked the racial characters in the book. I especially liked how the main characters didn't stop being who they were - but made compromises for the sake of their relationship.

One I would definitely read over and I do.
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The reason for the low star count is really one of my personal pet peeves. Any real vegan would not eat meat of any kind. Perse claims to be vegan yet she cooks and eats meat products, eggs and cheese. She went to the Dew Drop Inn and had beef stew, eating around the meat, she prepared spicy chicken soup when Val was sick and the family enjoyed it and she ate around the chemical laden chicken Kiev at the memorial party. Of all the vegetarians I know they would never eat around meat because they would never be eating anything with meat in it.

I read this story and it was fairly good, kind of predictable but not all bad. There were a lot of references to religion and God but those were manageable and not highly over bearing. The idea that even though Perse seemed to be one of those people who were at the church any time the doors were open she still seemed to have many non-religious actions and didn't really preach a lot. I felt the reappearance of the ex-wife was really convenient, the reaction to Isaac going to the hospital was contrived but it did bounce up a really boring part of the story and the final chapter concerning the pig farm was funny.
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I typically read only Christian fiction because I don't want to have to worry about if it has illicit sex scenes. But that's exactly what you get in this book! The description was explicit and not only that, but against Biblical principles. Also the inclusion of spiritualism crossed the line. I would not recommend this book to anyone!
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My first experience with an ebook and was most enjoyable - good story line - loved the characters. Just wish the book was longer and the characters and story line more developed and in depth. All in all a good clean read. Will look for more work by the author.
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