Thursday, January 13, 2011

Save The Date By Jenny B. Jones

Save The Date
Jenny B. Jones
This is a heartwarming book with little twists throughout.
Lucy Wiltshire came from an underprivileged background and had to work hard for everything she has accomplished.
She runs a home for girls that have aged out of the foster care system.
When funding has been cut drastically by a local company, Lucy tries to get some support from board members.
While she is pleading her case during an upscale party for the company, the son of the owner tries to stop her.
Alex Sinclair is a man she does not want to cross paths with as he was one of the tormentors from her school years.
They strike up an interesting relationship that will get them both what they want. Lucy needs money for her girls home and Alex needs a better image.
In the end will they learn to get along or continue on their separate ways.
This book was fun to read. The characters were described in such a way that you actually cared about them. Each main character had their own struggle and past that haunted them.
It may have been a little predictable but I thought it was a very cute and was encouraging to anyone who does not think they are worthy of love.

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