Her Handyman (Perfect Match Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Morgan Mandel has put together a charming romance with two completely opposite characters. Jake and Zoe are very likeable and the reader roots for their relationship to develop, even though Jake is engaged to someone else. An added bonus is Zoe's Chinese Crested dog FuFu. A nice addition to the story is the way Jake and Zoe encourage each other to live up to their full potential. All in all, this novella is a fast, entertaining read that will hold the reader's attention throughout.
Her Handyman is a PG romance with a nice plot and a satisfying ending that will make readers smile.
it automatically picked up or fell down in this character's place, lol. It was nice to actually read a book where
most the focus was on the characters. Don't get me wrong, I love those get down and dirty little detailed romance
books that make you want to fan yourself all the way through the scene, but with Morgan's book it was sweet. I enjoyed
it and without giving anything away, it's nice to read characters that I can really fit my own mind around and experience
first hand the act of trust. It really is a hard thing to do, trust that is. I enjoyed this book enough that I would
definitely tell others about it and how good it was.
& the clash of social classes makes it a little deeper than that...an artist hires a handyman to work on her flooded space & they end up falling in love, but the social barriers between them threaten to tear them apart.
Sandra O'Toole, aka Zoe Carmichael the famous artist, calls Jake, a handyman, to come and fix her toilet. After beginning to fix the leak, her dog startles him and he falls and hits his head on the base of the toilet. While he is out cold, Zoe finds herself falling for this ordinary guy. Maybe it's his body, maybe it's that she is lonely, maybe it's just crazy.
Waiting for the ambulance to arrive, Zoe and Jake begin to talk and find out about each other. She lets on she is the daughter of a famous artist and that she never wants to talk to her father again. He shares that he is engaged to a beautiful lady and is working hard to pay for the wedding. And they share a feeling, although neither says anything out loud.
Over the next few months Jake gets better, but Zoe can't get him out of her mind so she calls every so often just to talk. He should feel guilty, but doesn't. They both want the same thing, they just don't know how much.
After years of hiding from the public, and her father, Jake allows Zoe the opportunity to gain her freedom back.
Not one to spoil a story, I will stop there. However I will let you know that this story, while a cute and easy read, also brings something else to the forefront--you don't always know the truth unless you experience it yourself.
This book conveys the message that being yourself, being honest and not rushing to judgments about people will allow you the happiness you deserve. I recommend this to anyone looking for a quick and enjoyable read.
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