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Junior Assistant Attorney Stacee Pockett, two “Es” and two “Ts”, loves her job and loves working for Greta Gable. But when given a job opportunity to get eight signatures from eight very different people, she finds she isn’t able to keep the decorum that Greta insinuated.
Evie, Stacee’s college friend and also co-worker, usually sets her up in a direction she doesn’t plan to travel down. First, it was a tattoo in college, then the morning her job turns around Evie’s conversation ends Stacee in Greta’s office. Stacee later finds out Evie set her up as a prize for test answers.
At the end Stacee meets a young man who understands her “marriage” to her job, as he is just as dedicated to his line of work, and a beautiful new dress.
One thing I always look for when I read a book is how the words flow off the page, how easy a book is to read. And Miss Haven does a top-notch job in this department. "The Signatures" was a very enjoyable read. It never felt like a burden to pick up and dive back into.
I also loved the structure of the novel. The first chapter is where the tone of the book is established, and where we are introduced to the heroine of the novel, Stacee Pockett. And Ms. Pockett is delightful to read about, a character I instantly fell for and wanted to follow throughout the rest of the book. Each chapter after the first is another adventure in Stacee Pockett's attempt to achieve her end goal, and every time I reached the end of one chapter, I was excited to see what the next would bring. And with the exception of one chapter which seemed to go on just a little bit too long, I thoroughly enjoyed each new adventure of Stacee's. Most importantly, the book ended on an extremely satisfying note.
Now, this is an erotic comedy, so I suppose I should talk about the sexuality of the book a bit, even though I'm not well read on this genre. Like the rest of the novel, the sex scenes are very well written with as much respect given to the characters as possible within the comedic tone of the story. Molly Haven goes to great pains to make sure all sex is consensual, while still maintaining a fantastical aura to everything that happens. Again, this is comedy, so almost everything is exaggerated in a way that made me smile quite a bit.
Bottom line, "The Signatures" is a really good book, and well worth your time, especially if you're a fan of this genre. It's a shame to me that books that are much more poorly written sit at the top of the charts while a damn good book like this one hardly gets noticed, and I hope that changes for Miss Haven. I'm looking forward to seeing where she goes next!
When a book can make me laugh out loud repeatedly I consider it a win and The Signatures did that and more. It’s a very charming and entertaining read. I read it in two sittings.
There wasn't a single issue in this book that didn't make me laugh out loud multiple times, and I always, always felt better after reading it.
The book is surprisingly subtle and touching as well as being a fast and often-hilarious read. I had so much fun reading this book.
This book was so freaking entertaining. I loved every chaotic and hilarious moment of this novel. I don't want to ruin the plot, so I'll just say this book is hilarious.
It's a light-hearted fun read, full of quirky characters and liberally sprinkled with wit, warmth and charm as well as occasional touches of bizarre. I highly recommend it!
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Stacee Pockett is a plucky, perky junior attorney at a large law firm. It's her dream job, working for her dream boss.Read more