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.
Knowing that Jake was engaged at the beginning of this, I wondered how Mandel would pull off his doubting his relationship with Angelina. Could the author get Jake and Zoe together and still keep Jake likable to the reader? She did that, and more. By the time this novella is over, you understand Jake's actions and are glad he did what he did. The secondary story of Zoe's relationship with her father Carmen was a nice touch. It helped to round out her character.
What I thought was smart considering the length of this story is that the majority of the novella was focused on the two main characters. There were secondary characters around, but not a lot of time was spent with them, so the reader comes away feeling like she followed these two people on a wonderful journey to discovering each other.
Another A+ for Morgan Mandel.
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.
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It's a book to lift spirits.