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Dear Sir, I'm Yours Paperback – 21 March 2018
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- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (21 March 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 328 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1986733068
- ISBN-13 : 978-1986733069
- Dimensions : 13.97 x 1.88 x 21.59 cm
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At first the book seemed great and then it got boring and I found myself falling asleep, but I still continued reading in hope that the book's pace would pick up. I finished the book only to find that it did not. Most of the parts in the book were pointless and boring and should have been cut out. What the whole book was should have been the first quarter of the book.
A solid stand alone read, with a lot of scenes devoted to building trust, and understanding that a relationship is more than just physical.
Disclaimer: I consider the author a friend and this is an honest review unsolicited by her.
This is a re-read leading up to the release of Mal’s story. All the books standalone but are richer when read in order. Especially true of this book, which picks up five years after “Letters to an English Professor.”
Like “Letters to an English Professor” a number of chapters begin with Rae’s letters/diary entries. We get deep into Rae’s head with these private snippets and learn what’s happened in her life since leaving the university at the end of “Letters to an English Professor.” We get a clear picture of what she’s afraid of and why.
We meet Miss Belle. OMG…everyone needs a Miss Belle in their life! She’s decided to turn her big ol’ house into a B&B and she hires Rae as her property manager, general fix-it person.
Just as Rae’s settling into her new position…
You guessed it, Conn.
We follow Rae and Conn’s romance. We learn Conn’s hang ups through the segments told from his point-of-view. We meet Conn’s best friend Mason (who, JSB recently hinted, has a story percolating) and he’s definitely a man in need of a HEA. We learn some of Conn’s family history. And, as in any good romance, Rae’s past comes back to haunt her.
The story flows nicely. There’s some light paranormal to the story with the ghost of Miss Belle’s dead husband that should have been over the top but somehow works because of Miss Belle herself.
However, the drama around Miss Belle’s cook felt added specifically to shed light on aspects of Rae’s past (not necessarily a bad thing) and perhaps ended up as a thread that wasn’t explored as fully as it could have been.
As a friend, I absolutely loved the shameless plug for JSB’s favorite restaurant. One day, I’ll get out to Mythos for a meal!