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Violence: no violence
Language: <40 swears including deity
Sex: the h buys a vibrator that she references, but no details. There's descriptive kissing.
I get that there were three novellas combined to make this book, but I think it would be a better read if it were edited and the repetition were gone. I liked the quirky journey of the heroine.
I liked her spunk and determination. When she realized she could do the things she wanted to do now and not just what she was expected to do, she tried a lot of new activities. Kayaking was her favorite past-time so she spent as much time as she could doing it. During one of these adventures, Jana injured her shoulder, requiring surgeries and physical therapy. That's how she met a man who became very important to her, Dr. Adrian Kijek.
This story had a very sad beginning with Jana's marriage ending but became very positive when she wouldn't stand back and feel sorry for herself. Jana's story is inspiring showing a woman doesn't need a man to be a success. She just needs to believe in herself. That positive outlook, among other things, made her attractive to men. She had several wanting her. One of which was her ex, even though he was now with the mother of his baby. I loved the part where he was trying to get Jana to forgive him. He said, "It was a mistake, Jana. I didn't mean -" Her reply was, "A mistake?" ... "Wearing different color socks is a mistake. Sending a text to the wrong person is a mistake. Sticking your penis in the wrong woman isn't a mistake!"
Jana Embers found herself raising her son by herself after fifteen years of marriage. She had spent the last fifteen years helping her husband rise in his business and had been a housewife and mother. Now she finds she has to go to work or will soon. She has a business degree but hasn’t worked for such a long time. What can she find to do that is fun for her and leaves her time for her son.
Jana decides to become a writer and writes several romances. Then she decides, after dating some, that she doesn’t need a man to make her happy. She has to make her own happiness. She writes a best-selling book which is picked up for a movie. The director wants her onsite to help rewrite as needed.
Her shoulder injury leads her to know Dr. Adrian Kijek who is her therapist. Can she break through his rudeness to be able to have fun while she is taking physical therapy? Will she be able to write for hours on end again?
From housewife to writer to something else, keeps Jana moving through her life quickly now and her life just keeps getting complicated.