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Desk Jockey Jam: A Grease Monkey Jive Story Kindle Edition
Like a roller derby jam, this novella is tight packed, fast and furious. It can be read alone or as a follow up to Grease Monkey Jive. It tells the story of Ant Gambese, the last of Dan’s mate’s not felled by a girl who was exactly what he needed, and didn’t see coming.
- ASIN : B00CR4VZQK
- Language : English
- File size : 1449 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 124 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 771,667 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I felt so happy reading this story. Desk jockey Ant’s male chauvinistic stupidity made me laugh, and then melt. Beneath Bree’s no-nonsense corporate suit is a strong heart and personality that knocks Ant sideways and shakes him around a bit. I loved Ant’s road to Epiphany. The writing had me smiling, I could hear the Roller Derby music in my head, the sport had me visualizing the arena, the romance had my heart squeezing in my chest, and I loved it all. Such fun to read. I wish it didn’t have to end.
Although this is a follow up to Grease Monkey JIVE, you could read it as a stand-alone novella.
Read it for a quick diversion from real life, but don't expect too much...
Her work would be perfect if only she had a proofer/beta/editor.
She takes us so many different places. We get to watch dancers at work, event planners, rock stars, roller derby babes. Just plain fun.
Her stories have depth. You see the characters evolve, grow. Yeah, there can be instalust, but you see the love grow and flourish; you see and appreciate the grand gesture. And the grand gestures, well, they are certainly expensive and, yeah, grand.
This is the story of Ant, a fairly unlikeable character in Grease Monkey Jive. She doesn't have him be a misunderstood schmo. She shows his maturation, his thought patterns; she shows him find his way. It appears very organic.
But I will say, the HFN/HEA seemed rushed. It was great, believable. It was progressing quickly, logically. Then BAM, all previous doubts, questions, assumptions, gone. That was in about the last 10%. Loved it till then.
Editing issues, spelling issues, punctuation issues abound. Okay, maybe not abound. But there would be question marks instead of periods, no commas, no periods at all. A couple of errors did take me out of the story, but I got back in.