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Twenty-Something: A Collection by [March, Samantha, Lavoie, Cat, Chapman, Laura]
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  • File Size: 1826 KB
  • Print Length: 690 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Marching Ink LLC (April 14, 2015)
  • Publication Date: April 14, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00UU7QTEE
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Review: TWENTYSOMETHING 

This carefully collated collection presents three stories in the chick lit category, but not just for chick lit devotees! Utterly enjoyable, smoothly written, and posing some serious questions and issues of human interaction, TWENTYSOMETHING is well worth reading, and will provide several hours of reading enjoyment [and pondering] and an excellent introduction to these three authors:

Samantha March
Cat Lavoie
Laura Chapman

Enjoy!!

The publisher generously provided a review copy in exchange for an honest review, without remuneration.
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Hard Hats and Doormats

I really enjoyed this fun chick lit novel. There was the perfect balance of romance and personal development. The romantic interludes were full of sexual tension without being overly explicit. I found Lexi likeable and relatable. I loved her strength and compassion. I was drawn into the story and hoped Lexi would find success in both her romantic and professional lives.

I could understand why Jason hadn't asked her out earlier, it would be very intimidating to ask out the woman who lectures on sexual harassment in the workplace.

I received this book free in exchange for an honest review. I read an epub version via a text to speech app on my phone, and the best thing about that was that when Jason was teaching Lexi the Texas Two step, he was teaching me too. I danced all over the house.

A Questionable Friendship

Friends for a reason, friends for a season, or friends for a lifetime? After being best friends for seven years, Brynne and Portland seem to be friends for a lifetime, but they still have some secrets from each other. Does being best friends mean you have to share everything? There are many reasons you might want to keep a secret: fear of being judged, denial, protecting someone, embarrassment, privacy, and the list goes on. If you don't tell each other everything, does that mean you really are friends?

In this contemporary women's fiction, Samantha March explores the relationship between two friends. The novel kept me engaged the whole way through. I found both Brynne and Portland likeable and relatable characters. The plot took a twist I wasn't expecting which took to story onto a whole new level. I loved how the epilogue wrapped everything up and answered all my questions.
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This is a collection of three full-length novels. Each author has an opportunity to shine as they show their fullest potential. I've been fortunate enough to read their work previously and was delighted to see they'd joined forces.

Ms. Chapman and Ms. Lavoie's work teeter on the edge of Women's Contemporary Romance and Chick Lit (I think it depends on how the reader defines each genre), while Ms. March's book is definitely Women's Contemporary Fiction.

Ms. Chapman's work, Hard Hats and Doormats was a great read, I thoroughly enjoyed the evolution of Lexi Burke's character. If I had half of Lexi Burke's dedication when I was Twenty-Something who knows where I'd be today. She represents all that we think we need to be when we are making a name for ourselves - but then what happens when we try to find balance? To have it all?

A Questionable Friendship, by Samantha March blew me away the first time I read it, and after reading it a second time, it was every bit as powerful. I found myself trying to find the places in the book where we get clues about the twist that is to come. A definite must read, and re-read. For my full review on this book, please look it up individually. I promise this is a powerful read that will leave you wondering about your life choices.

I cannot praise Cat Lavoie's book enough. It is charmingly Chick Lit, but then she throws in a major curveball which knocks it out of the Chick Lit arena and straight into Women's Contemporary Romance. Roxy Rule is a gentle, freakishly patient, somewhat confidence-lacking young woman, who thinks life is as good as it can be for her, for now. But when faced with life altering challenges, she allows her life to be disassembled and faces the consequences with humor and courage that left me cheering!

I would heartily recommend this book and any others by these three authors. They write well-crafted, highly developed characters, that will pull you in.
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