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Saturday, March 19

Review: Sweet Nothing by Jamie McGuire

Sweet NothingSweet Nothing 
By Jamie McGuire
My rating: 3 of 5 stars



When you think you know what's happening, you're only half way there. 

It is enough to break any man: watching what could have been my future slip away before it was ever in my grasp. The possibility of losing someone I loved before she was even mine is something I never would have imagined—certainly nothing I'd ever wish on anyone. I went to her every day and waited. Waited for the impossible, for a sign, for her to look at me ... hoping sinners are granted miracles, too. 
Just one glimpse of him was all it took. In the next lane, at a stop light, was the man I would fall in love with and marry. People talk about love that takes time—the kind you fall in to. We were more like a crash and burn. When our lives intertwined, I knew I would never be the same. He was the man I would cherish the rest of my life, who would father my children. In an instant our life together began, and in an instant it would end. The late nights; the excuses; the lies. And in the blink of an eye, it was like we never were.

As a Jamie McGuire fan reading Sweet Nothing was a no brainer. When I noticed that she was the co author I became reluctantly anxious to see how this book would turn out, because I had not had quite as impressive experiences with Teresa Mummerts titles. Josh and Avery's story was one of the bachelor falling for the girl that will force him to become the man he was always meant to be. They are both looking for something that they never believed they would find in one another, and in the most creative way.  The journey is an entertaining one, but in comparison to other McGuire titles I only found it to be rating mid line.

~BookWhisperer Reviewer JO~

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