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You're in Good Hands with Al Tate Paperback – Large Print, July 3, 2013
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"You're in good hands with Deborah Gafford's wild romantic comedy." --USA TODAY Bestselling Author Delores Fossen
"This is a delightful, tongue-in-cheek romantic comedy." --Leslie Stokes, InD'Tale Magazine
CROWNED HEART AWARD, RONE AWARD FINALIST, PRIZE WRITER FINALIST
About the Author
Award-winning author, Deborah Gafford is known for passionate, action-packed "love conquers all" historical romance novels as well as hilarious contemporary romance.
When not in the past bringing passionate lovers together despite all odds, she is creating contemporary romance filled with humor. Her laugh-till-you-cry characters and their hilarious antics as they search for love in her contemporary romance, You're in Good Hands with Al Tate, is a must read romantic comedy.
Gafford's talented wordsmithing skills also create bigger than life historical romance set in the wilds of the Scottish Highlands. Ancient stone castles set among heather and rock clad hills serve as the perfect backdrop for her historical romance novels filled with life, death, love and honor amidst the dangers and intrigue of the medieval time period.
Recipient of the Crowned Heart Award, Highlander's Bride is the first book in her popular historical romance series, Heart of the Highlander. Her writing has been described as "...a beautifully written masterpiece with well-developed, complex characters, that will engage your interest from start to finish."
The Talisman, her second book in the series, continues to delight historical romance fans with an evocative tale of love, honor and bravery set in Scotland during the 1500's when true love is put to the test as a mysterious killer stalks members of a highland clan.
Highland Betrayal, Gafford's third book in the popular series, will be released in 2014. In addition to continuing the tradition of giving her readers a love story that deeply touches the heart, she delights fans by bringing former characters back into the story so readers fall in love with them all over again.
She loves keeping in touch with her readers through Facebook at Author Deborah Gafford, Twitter @Deborah Gafford and on her website at deborahgafford.com
Of course, if you have read Deborah's books, she would greatly appreciate a short review here on Amazon.
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Deborah's descriptions and details will take you inside the story with these special characters. I love how Deborah always let us know what the characters thoughts were. This is why I love reading books instead of watching movies.
There were some scenes and this book that were so funny my ribs were hurting because I was laughing so much. Deborah's characters are so realistic.
Al Tate, is a stockbroker. He is not overly confidant in himself and I found that endearing. He is physically fit and very handsome. He is tired of the city life. He is looking forward to leaving it all behind and moving to the country. He wants to find someone he can share that with.
One day he is putting together a exercise machine outside when he was introduced to his beautiful new neighbor. He felt a connection to her right away. That day started an hilarious roller coaster ride.
I really loved how Al constantly had Susan on his mind. The things he wanted to do for her and with her was so very romantic. He is very dreamy sighh
Susan, a beautiful, small town gal moves out to the big city. She writes for a exotic magazine. She wants a life of glamor. She moves into her new apartment. She is trying to finish her writing because she is on a deadline to pass it into her boss but she can't manage to stay concentrated on her work. Her kitchen sink is dripping and there is banging outside. She goes to check out the banging outside and that is when she noticed a hunk of a man with his shirt off. Sweat glistening off his sun kissed body stops her dead in her tracks. That is what started it all. Susan's thoughts of Al were so funny.
Both of these main characters were oh so lovable. I truly enjoyed how Deborah always let us know what each of the characters thoughts were. I never laughed and sighed so much while reading a book. This one is a must read. You will not be disappointed.
Al is a successful stock broker who yearns to get away from the big city and start a small business of his own, settle down and start a family. Susan is a romance writer from a small town who yearns to experience life in the big city.
As Susan and Al grow closer they both begin to feel that they might change their life plans to hold on to what they share together. We giggle as Al tries to repair the dripping faucet in Susan's kitchen and her incessantly running toilet, with little success. Al's little sister becomes involved when Susan helps her get a job at the magazine she works for and inadvertently destroys more than one planned romantic evening. The story takes an unexpected turn and all of the characters plans change dramatically.
You're In Good Hands With Al Tate was truly a happy surprise for me. I could not put it down until I finished it. I laughed, cried, and laughed some more and when it was over I was a little sad that I was done with it. Deborah Gafford has created great characters and a strong plot line in this book, getting to know Al Tate and Susan Pierson is an amazingly fun way to spend an afternoon or evening. I look forward to reading more of Deborah Gafford's work in the future.
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A "must read" for all romance book fans.