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Nicole: A Sweet Romantic Comedy (Sewing in SoCal) Paperback – November 29, 2020
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- Publisher : Radiant Publications (November 29, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 260 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1944638121
- ISBN-13 : 978-1944638122
- Item Weight : 10.8 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.65 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,867,439 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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When I read the second book, Jocelyn, I couldn’t wait to read book three. Sarah Monzon added in the perfect teaser for the relationship we as readers would be witness to, the feisty, tug-of-war between Nicole Applegate and Dr. Drew Bauer.
When I first opened my copy of Nicole, I admit I was a little apprehensive. What if this relationship didn’t work the way I had expected it to? What if Nicole was too hard to like? But as I read, my apprehension disappeared.
Nicole is a very passionate woman who has many obstacles to overcome. She is a divorced mom of an eight-year-old girl, Sierra, a hairstylist (she’s the one who accidentally turned Molly’s hair pink in the first book), a vegan, and a firm supporter of the causes close to her (and there are many). She has a great heart, but for the longest time, she came across as uptight.
Ah, but add Drew into the mix, and it becomes a fun show to watch. Drew is a caring man, a doctor who makes special visits to “his girl” in the pediatric oncology unit during his breaks, and the co-coach of the football team his nephews and Nicole’s daughter play for. He also loves to push Nicole’s buttons and does it rather well. All in good fun, of course, and with no malicious intent.
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I enjoyed watching the push-and-pull, the back-and-forth, between these two characters, each with their own baggage to overcome. They came across as genuine, people you would want to be friends with. Even if Nicole could get exhausting, Drew would be there to lighten the mood.
I appreciated the way Sierra was written into the story, and how both Nicole and Drew thought about her before making any decision to pursue a relationship. I also loved the change in Sierra throughout the book, and how she was all for Drew dating her mom. Sierra herself is a strong-willed little girl, one who learns to have fun thanks to her coach.
And who can forget the Sewing in SoCal girls? Once again their diverse personalities come together to form the perfect group, still planning for, and then sharing in, Molly and Ben’s wedding (if you haven’t read the first book, Molly, read it). In Nicole, this group of gals who meet every Wednesday for sewing and mocktails begins to change as the lives of the women change. I’m interested in seeing what happens with them in the books to come.
Speaking of the books to come, Amanda is next, and once again, Sarah Monzon threw in a teaser. I want to know what is going on with Amanda! Guess I’ll have to wait and see.
I highly recommend this book, the whole series, in fact. If you love a great romantic comedy, especially those without the frustrating “I think they think or did this, so I’m going to get mad and isolate from them without asking them if it’s true,” then this is the book for you.
This book, Nicole, is the third book in the series. I'd read the first, but have yet to read the second. When I started reading this book, I didn't really remember who Nicole was or what her story was.
But, the longer I read, the more I remembered. When I read the first book, I didn't really like Nicole. Her personality was too strong, too much for me.
This book, however, because it is from her point of view (as well as the hero's), you get to see who she is on the inside, and I did come to understand her a bit more.
I don't think I could say she's my favorite heroine, but as I grew to understand her hurts, her inner struggles, I liked her more than I had previously.
Nicole is a strong person because she's had to go through hard times in her life.
This book is humorous, while also giving a look at some heart issues that are true to life.
A fun, light read, if you're looking for something along those lines.
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