Saturday, April 11, 2015

Review for Charlotte's Bed by S.J. Stava



Charlotte's Bed by S.J. Stava

Synopsis:

At thirty, Charlotte is sick of the single life. Sick of online matchmaking, sick of bad first (AND second) dates, and sick of the dreaded "I can't believe you're not married yet!" pitying stares. So when her boyfriend proposes – who just happens to be a Dean at the university where she works – she's thrilled to bid her singledom adieu. At the start of the new semester, she seems to have it all: a great job, great friends, and now. . . a great fiancĂ©.


So what’s the catch? An annoyingly handsome new teaching assistant and the opportunity to direct the school’s fall production. Still can’t see the downside? Neither can Charlotte until suddenly, what she thought she wanted, might not be enough anymore.

How do you choose between the life you've always imagined and the love you've suddenly discovered?


Candi's 5* Review:

From the very start I loved Charlotte!! She has been in a relationship for the last few years with Richard. I really disliked Richard. I am not sure why Charlotte was with him from the start because of the way he acted but once she met Mason.....HOLY SWOON!!! I loved Mason from the start!! Will Charlotte make a decision before she comes face to face with her past and future? Will Richard let her go and will Mason be able to trust Charlotte and still want her after it all comes out?

This is a must read!! I really enjoyed this book and I can't wait for more from S.J in the future!!


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Sophie's loved to read for as long as she can remember. Most childhood summers were spent shleping to and from the local library with shopping bags full of books. Her passion for books led her to study literature at UCSB, where she graduated with her B.A. in English.

After working in a plethora of different careers - from wedding planning to market research to fundraising - Sophie's never stopped reading, or writing.

After dallying in ghostwriting, she got bit by the bug and decided to publish her very own book, Charlotte's Bed, under her very own name.


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