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Three Girls and a Leading Man Paperback – January 5, 2012
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I've read the three books and fell in love with all the characters.
In this installment, we follow Annie as she struggles with changes brought by the successful romances of first friend Ginny, now happily married to Josh and second friend Jen, matched with Matt.
Annie is feeling left out and a bit jealous of her friends private and professional lives when she finally breaks through herself and lands a leading role in a theatrical production. During a week-end in Vegas, she meets Nate, an engineer, and although he is different from her usual boyfriends, develops a relationship with him that she wants to keep simple and is anything but.
These novels are all about growing up and maturing. From girl to woman, Annie has to cut through scars from her childhood and other people's expectations to find out what makes her happy and fulfilled. Nate is a strong character, understanding but not to the point of being naive. He knows what he wants and will not battle in vain.
This is about love, not lust, about friendships and change, about life and family. I found that for contemporary, not-christian romance, this was refreshingly free of graphic bedroom scenes although some pre-marital sex does happen. I hope Rachel Schurig keeps writing : these novels are certainly a find.
However, overall, these stories are just too neat, too easy, to much tied in a bow. They are not realistic, and they are pretty predictable. The characters aren't developed enough, they don't go deep enough. All that's fine though, because I honestly didn't read these three novels to read "good" books, I read them to escape life and pass time. For that, they are more than fine and entertaining. No more, no less.
it and purchased the next two in the series. Very fun and light reading that was hard to put down.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book is predictable, nothing new here. Same run of the mill story. The writing style is good though, hence the three stars. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Loved this mini series. Wish there were more. Couldn't put it down. I'm from the Detroit area myself so it was cool I could actually picture and know where they werePublished 23 months ago by Tamara P.
In this third installment of the Three Girls series, the spotlight is on Annie. Now that both of her besties (Jen and Ginnie) are settled into relationships, Annie is the only... Read morePublished on April 30, 2014 by Kimberly Long