- File Size: 5918 KB
- Print Length: 217 pages
- Publisher: HEA Publishing (December 23, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 23, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00DYFWZQ0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #124,419 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Working It Out Kindle Edition
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This was more of a 3.5 for me. 3 is still a good review for me.
Fast paced, read. Seth is like his mountain bike, quickly moving and rolling over rough spots to enjoy a remarkable ride. He is loyal to his friends, and Lanna is no exception. He definitely thinks like a guy, and fixes things his own way, somehow in a spirit of fun and light-heartedness, somehow face paced sports are usually involved.
Grace is bowled over by Seth at their first meeting, their second meeting, Seth is eating humble pie. He is incapacitated after a major knee injury, and seeing Grace for rehab for his postoperative physical therapy.
Grace was bowled over once, and isn't about to be bowled over again. Seth's fun-loving banter and conversation at therapy leads them to some interesting and fun encounters.
The budding romance that Seth rushes along because of his genuine fun-loving personality, develops in spits and starts with Grace's reserve. Cute story of how they both give in and compromise to create a sweet romance, while falling for each other. The HEA is definitely in the mix for everyone in this story. Multiple stories of healing and giving hope. Positive message of the good that someone can do when they reach outside of their usual sphere of influence and concern. Seth was a great character, and it was fun to see Grace in her element with work, and how her heart softened.
re-read this 2/23/15. I purchased in 2013, but signed up to receive a copy in exchange for an honest review.
Grace is a hard working Physical Therapist. She is really good at what she does. She gets charged with helping a wealthy extreme sports bachelor, Seth, rehab after a sports accident. Where Grace is all professional and a no dating patient policy; Seth is let's have fun at whatever comes my way mentality. They clash but still find themselves attracted to each other.
Grace's brother, Alex, was in a skiing accident 10 years ago and has been a paraplegic ever since. She blames herself.
Seth's best friend died of Cancer and asked Seth to take care of his sister Lanna. Seth takes life to its fullest because you never know when you will die and it keeps his best friend alive somehow.
Putting those two people together with their situations can be frustrating and downright funny. I love the humor and wit. I love the flirting. This could so be a movie. Definitely a romantic comedy! I would so go!!
For me, I tend to be like Grace. My hubby was in a motor cycle accident after we were married. He isn't the same person. His leg is bent, yet it doesn't stop him from trying. He doesn't remember any of it. I worry when he is out that he may not come home or worse. But after years, you just have to keep moving and accept every day as a blessing and then the day after that too. So when I read this book, I loved it for placing humor on something so serious. Because you have to sometimes. You have to find compromises and you have to keep moving.
I recommend this to anyone wanting to find a clean and sweet romantic book.
I started off expecting certain cliches and outcomes but was glad with the way things are handled. This book is clean and cute. There is attraction but not pages upon pages on lust described in detail. When I got near the end I worried about what the big climax would be but I am very happy to report that it came off as completely realistic based on the characters involved. It didn't feel forced or even pushed beyond normal levels for the characters and the plot. I was very pleasantly surprised. In the end it is a satisfying read and predictable in a good way- you know where you will end up but can still enjoy the journey.
I was so pleasantly surprised that now I'll check out more books by this author.
This book, though, was spot on. I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book from start to finish. The character development was just enough. Meaning, Rachael provided enough details about each character without going overboard. The dialogue is witty and has some depth. It's not just "fluff." It was an easy read (I think I read it in one sitting).
I look forward to reading more of her books.
I LOVED this book! Reading the summary reminded me of the most amazing beginning to a romance book. They kissed! Before they even knew each other! I laughed and loved that part. That’s the way to start. They didn’t think they’d ever meet again, but then they did. It was funny to see how their relationship then went a little uncomfortable. I’m remembering fun times they spent together. I loved watching them go from strangers that once kissed to a built friendship.
I recommend Working it Out by Rachael Anderson to any of you that love to read the building of a fun relationship in a clean and cute way.
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Will definitely be reading more by this author.