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Now she's waits for her unemployment check to come in, the insurance check, her severance check, for the perfect job and the hope a finding the perfect guy! But with her luck nothing seems possible until her family sends her to a self help seminar and she meets Ryne Garrett. Can he help reach "Greatness"?
Would really love a sequel. In someways the story ends just as it is beginning for several characters
I like the jet city billionaire series by this author, so I wanted to like this and I believe it was free, but it fell flat for me.
Well, yeah! At the lecture she gets swept into JCG, Job Camp Group by Roger and Bud, the founders. Free events except for transportation and while Dad's on vacation she's got his car. Maybe she'll make some new friends. What's not to like? Using the motto `what goes around comes around' works, but she still gets the raw end of the deal. When are her dwindling goals going to come true? A job? Her home? A guy.
Pink Slipper is a fun, fast read. It is a romantic comedy fit for any age group. Yes, no blushing scenes! It teaches you to look twice and deeper for "potential" and why. It may just be what you're really looking for.
This is a short excerpt from her book: "I've had dream sex before. Usually it mortifies me, mostly because of the odd and unattractive men to end up in my dream bed. ... Making love to a hot man in my dreams was a totally new ... experience. ... No worries ... It's practically perfect."
In an effort to thwart job offers that were below her salary requirements, bonus and company cars benefits, dignity and her engineering abilities, she spends months on unemployment.
I totally enjoyed reading this book and give it 5 stars. It brought smiles and reminders to me of things I've done. I think my favorite was the private eye exposing Willie, the insurance guy that wanted to have affair with Leesa. But when his advances were thwarted, he denied her insurance claim for the damage done to her bungalow by the fire.
Great job Gina Robinson.
I loved reading this character as she teeters between success and disaster. I adore the humor, some obvious but some very subtle, but also felt Leesa's pain. Anyone who has ever had to look for a job can empathize with her. Should she settle, or shoot for the gold?
This story is so cleverly crafted and such a fun read that I bought books for both my daughters and my sister. It's just that good.