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The Love Project Kindle Edition
Can a long shot bring love to a couple of lonely hearts?
Joni Fisher is facing economic ruin. The once successful advice column she runs with her mother is on the brink of cancellation, and it’ll take a miracle to turn things around. Joni’s last-ditch effort to save her job and preserve her mother’s legacy is The Love Project, a web series she’s developing to bring the Help Me Henrietta franchise alive for a new generation. All she needs is a willing victim…er, star.
Hope Alvarez dreams of falling in love, but she’s always suspected she’s different. Physical attraction is a foreign language to her. After her only prospect for a meaningful relationship falls through, Hope has to face the fact that she’s completely hopeless when it comes to love. Can her favorite advice columnist, Henrietta, save her from a lonely future?
As the series gets underway, fans swoon for the lovable yet unlucky Hope, and they’re not the only ones. Joni is smitten, too. But she’s been down that road before, vowing never again to fall for a straight woman who will keep her forever in the friend zone. Except, what if she’s been reading the situation all wrong? Helping Hope make sense of her identity might save Joni’s job, but will it also bring her love?
Best-selling lesbian fiction authors TB Markinson & Miranda MacLeod have written a touching slow-burn romance about love striking when least expected. Read it today!
- ASIN : B08WZ16RSK
- Publisher : T.B. Markinson (February 17, 2021)
- Publication date : February 17, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 2678 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 386 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08WZH8HXH
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #66,545 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I received an ARC copy for a review but I bought it because it touched me so much. The intro the writers shared gave even more love for the story for me. Thanks T.B. Markinson and Miranda Macleod it is a brilliant written. story
Curmudgeonly Joni is trying to save her mom’s legacy (and her own livelihood) by bringing their advice column to the 21st century with a web series designed to help someone struggling to find love, enter sweet and clueless Hope. Hope has always struggled to understand relationships and attraction the way those around her seem to do so effortlessly. Hope feels there must be something wrong with her (there isn’t) and happily joins The Love Project both to help Joni and her mom and hopefully for a chance at love.
Character development! This story has a rich cast of stunning characters that are so fun to get to know and watch grow throughout the story. Joni and Hope both have such great arcs, They both learn so much about themselves and their perception of those around them. I loved how the authors were able to change how we feel about the characters across the story.
The romance is sweet and has a natural and slow progression (exactly what Hope needs) Joni claims she doesn't believe in love. She has an instant attraction to Hope and can be a bit (understatement) jealous and possessive as she struggles to come to terms with her growing feelings for Hope. Hope sees things differently than most and I loved how her feelings developed for Joni. That solid foundation of comfort and friendship she needs was well paced and sweet. I loved that click moment Hope had when everything slotted perfectly into place. Joni and Hope are a truly perfect fit. They are opposites in so many ways but balance each other so well. Their love story is marvelous.
The overall plot of the story was clever and well delivered. I had so much fun following Hope and Joni through all of the dating shenanigans and their battle to both save Help Me Henrietta and battle Evil Clara. The story is funny, exciting, and swoon worthy.
This story is less steamy than most of these authors works but it fit the theme of the story perfectly and the slow romantic build is absolutely worth the wait.
I have yet to be disappointed by a story by either Markinson or MacLeod. The Love Project is a superb story full of growth and understanding. This romance will knock your socks off. I laughed so much throughout and fell in love with these characters. Don’t miss this heartwarming love story.
It made me happy to learn that this wasn't just a F/F romance novel. Of the dozens of LGBT romance novels I've read, this is the first time I've encountered one where one of the characters is demisexual. I was pleased to finally find some representation of the way I experience attraction to women in any media format. Thank you, T B. Markinson and Miranda MacLeod!
The book was poignant and also filled with good humor. Th “coincidence” of names added a subtext of kismet to me.
The fact that the book was written, letting the plot unfold through the characters and their interactions rather than describing what was happing engaged me further. To me, it is a sign of good writing. Even if you are as cynical as Joni or as clueless as Hope, this is a book well worth reading.
Also, Hope’s inner monologues about how passion wasn’t real and sex was gross and the romance in twilight wasn’t even the main point of the books had me cringing hard.
I get that she’s supposed to be Ace but her cluelessness on social interaction was borderline sociopathic. Jae did a much better job of writing an Ace character.
At the end of the day, just not what I’m looking for in a romance but others seem to enjoy this story so maybe I’m just weird.