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One Moment Please: A Surprise Pregnancy Standalone (Wait With Me Book 3) Kindle Edition
|Length: 307 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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|Book 3 of 4 in Wait With Me|
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This is one of the best accidental pregnancy stories I've read. -Goodreads Reviewer
I wish you could give more than 5 stars as a rating because that is what this book deserves! -Goodreads Reviewer
One Moment Please is crazy, funny, sweet, and heart wrenching. You won't be able to put this book down. An absolute MUST read! -Goodreads Reviewer
This will be high up on my favorite reads list. -Goodreads Reviewer
The perfect blend of humor, feels, and sexy times -Goodreads Reviewer
Can I give this book 8 stars.... if it were possible I surely would!!!! -Goodreads Reviewer
If I had to think of two words that would best describe Amy Daws's brand of romantic comedy, they would have to be addictive and heartening. Her romance element is that blend of sweet, sexy, and sincere, and the comedic aspect of her story is neither high-brow nor is it the opposite; rather, it's this finely tuned and well-balanced bit of genius that wholly Daws. -Goodreads Reviewer
This rom-com was exactly what the doctor--pun intended!--ordered. -Goodreads Reviewer
This isnt just a romantic comedy - its so, so much more. And I think Ive found a new obsession in Ms Daws and her writing. -Goodreads Reviewer
- File size : 3149 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 307 pages
- Publication date : April 9, 2020
- Publisher : Amy Daws, LLC (April 9, 2020)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B0861GTGYZ
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #433 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Neither lead was likable. I actually did not care about either one of them. Plus, the female lead was so stupid and näive that there was NO WAY in real life she'd make a credible counselor, let alone even graduate. She couldn't make a single decision on her own and was not a leader; only a follower. She navigated her entire life based on other people. She came over as a high school student, not a 27 yr old going for her master's in psychology.
Add that to the fact that there was ZERO chemistry between the characters and this book became impossible to find anything to cling to, let alone anyone to root for.
Also, the direct attack from the male lead's mother about the female lead's mother's Catholic religion was not only uncalled for but mentioned things in her insult that had nothing to even do with the characters or the situation presented in this book. As a Catholic, I found it agenda driven and absolutely unnecessary, as it added nothing to the scene except implied assumptions and hatred. It was yet another scripted moment that resonated more like filler material rather than a necessary incorporation of characters and information. It turned a moment that should have been pivotal to pointless.
I really struggled with this book and wasnt a fan.
If you have had enough of this quarantine, buy this book and go lock yourself in a closet somewhere and read this. That's my best advice. You know, because you asked for my advice. LOL
This one is heavier emotionally than the first two books of the group. The hero, Josh "Dr. Dick" Richardson, is much more complex than the blurb allows. Obviously, people who use disdain and seem unapproachable have erected walls against something. And that is definitely the case with Josh. With every exceptional rom-com, the heroine, in this case, Lynsey, will have the Erector Set to demolish those walls. However, as the reader, you know that we must go through the pain to find a happy ending. The depth of emotion in this story is surprising and my favorite part of this book. There is still plenty of Daws's brand of humor, charcuterie boards, quirkiness, and awkward situations. Yet, it envelopes a story that quite frankly breaks your heart a little bit. This reader cried all the tears. In the end, though, the ending is so satisfying that it erases the hurt of the story.
I had a really crappy day today, and One Moment Please was the biggest bright spot of it. Once I started it, I didn't do any work and read it straight through because it's just that good. Josh is Dr. Dick, but he is so much more. Lynsey's characterization is the brave awkward brand of heroine who can melt his icicle heart, though. Together, these two make the best kind of rom-com dream team.
In typical fashion when reading a Daw’s book......I laughed, I cried, I clenched my thighs, I sighed dreamy sighs, and I fell in love with new characters all over again. It’s the truly perfect blend of romance, comedy, and drama and I read it all in one day in one sitting.
I loved the fierce but soft demeanor of the leading lady. I loved the grumpy, brooding, what happened in the past leading man. It’s a perfectly adorable-make you smile-make your eyes water-work of romance art. I still have a Koolaid man smile after finishing this one.
Kel and Mel Tell
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The two of them have amazing chemistry. The story is written flawlessly, it capitates the readers and gets you emotionally invested. An absolutely breathtaking read.