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Georgia on My Mind Paperback – September 22, 2011
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"It's a rare treat that you get three gorgeous romances in one story but Marie Force has achieved that with Georgia On My Mind. Ms. Force has seamlessly woven these stories into one magical novel. Each couple is drastically different with their own issues and smoking hot chemistry. This story has a bit of suspense, plenty of humor and lots of romance. Georgia On My Mind is a keeper!" ―Joyfully Reviewed. "Georgia On My Mind meets real life issues head-on. It will easily touch your heart with a variety of emotions. If you love a book, in spite of any flaws it may suffer, it's a keeper. This one meets that test. You'll laugh and you'll cry. Most importantly, I'm betting you'll have a satisfied smile on your face when you reach the end." ―Romance at Random gives Georgia on My Mind an "A" "Marie Force does it again! She creates an emotional, sexy, wonderful story that draws the readers in. She has a way of creating characters that make the reader fall in love with them instantly. Add in plenty of conflict, drama, and heartache, and you've got a beautiful contemporary love story." ―Storm Goddess Book Reviews on Georgia on My Mind
From the Author
Writing this book was a labor of love in so many ways. I had the opportunity to feature my hometown of Newport, Rhode Island, and I got to write about a young woman grappling with the aftermath of her mother's death, something I understood all too well. After my mother died in 2004, I experienced some of the same things Georgie does in this book. Like her, I still have my mother's robe.
When creating the cast of characters at the senior center, I needed to look no further than my dad and his band of pals to find true characters. Thank you to George, Bob, Good Gordon, Bad Gordon, Harry, Arlene, Diane, Agnes, and Mary for letting me "borrow" your personalities, and to the late Tom Dawson, whose one-liners were unforgettable.
To my husband Dan, who inspired my treehugging, running hero, thank you for all the fodder. Will you ever forget the dental floss? Emily and Jake, you guys are the best kids ever. Thanks for letting me do what I love to do while loving you, too!
Thanks, as always, to my friends Christina Camara, Julie Cupp, Paula DelBonis-Platt, and Lisa Ridder, who read, edited, and critiqued. To my readers, Mary Grzesik, Aly Hackett, Ronlyn Howe and Kara Conrad, you all have become such a great friends! Thanks for the beta reads.
To all my readers and friends who have made my writing journey so extraordinary, thank you for your unwavering support. I hope you enjoy Georgia on My Mind.
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Top Customer Reviews
Tess/Ben was my favorite pairing (4 stars for their parts). Ben has a severely wounded leg from his time in Iraq, and Tess is on the run from an abusive marriage. I feel like this story got shortchanged for the Georgia/Ben story and I wish more time had been spent on them instead. I wanted more about what happened with Ben's injury and how the situation with Tess' estranged husband played out. I feel like their story was only sort of finished.
Cat/Ian was my least favorite pairing (2 stars for their parts). That Ian would be prone to insta-love seemed even more preposterous considering he was a single father. Wouldn't you wait awhile to introduce someone to your daughter? And Rosie, the daughter, was the least believable three year old, ever. She talked like she was 10 at least.
Georgia/Nathan were a good match (3 stars for their parts). Georgia is still reeling from her mother's sudden death, and trying to get back to her dream job in Atlanta. I liked her interactions with the old folks at the senior center (good comic relief), and the solid friendships that she formed with Tess and Cat. She and Nathan had good chemistry together.