Monday, August 12, 2019
Love and Other Mistakes Review and Giveaway!
There’s a fine line between love and hate . . . And for the last seven years, Natalie Groves has hated Jeremy Walters.
Natalie Groves was meant for great things. But soon after her fiancé left, Natalie’s father was diagnosed with cancer. Suddenly her grand plans evaporated . . . and God felt very far away.
Fast-forward seven years, and an internship presents Natalie a chance at her destiny—but she needs a job to work around it. And the only offer available is worse than a life sentence. Her ex Jeremy, now back in town, is desperate for help with his infant son and troubled teenage niece, Lili. And Natalie may be just the one to help Jeremy . . . provided they don’t kill each other in the process.
When Jeremy and Natalie join forces, sparks fly. But will either of them get burned along the way?
My thoughts: This seemingly light hearted rom com took on some tough topics as the story progressed. I have to say, I felt awful for Jem's niece, as her father puts her in a difficult position (one no father should ever do) when he has her keep his affair a secret. Lili was stuck between two selfish parents who I just wanted to give a talking to!
Natalie is a fun character who comes to realize some things about herself and her response to the situations around her when her former fiancé comes back into town with a toddler in tow and a job offer.
I look forward to reading more by Jessica! While this book missed the mark for me, I did think that it was well written and look forward to seeing what happens with Samuel and Kimberly.
I received this book through Celebrate Lit. This is my honest review and is in no way influenced by receiving a complimentary copy.
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About the Author:
Australian author Jessica Kate writes inspirational romances with wit, sass, and grit. Jessica is a screenwriting groupie, cohost of the StoryNerds vlog and podcasts, and her favorite place to be—apart from Mum and Dad’s back deck—is a theme park. She has traveled North America and Australia, and samples her favorite pasta wherever she goes—but the best (so far) is still the place around the corner from her corporate day job as a training developer. She loves watching sitcoms with her housemates and being a leader in a new church plant.
Jessica Kate brings rom-com fans a reminder that love has its own timing in her breakout novel, Love and Other Mistakes. Kate is best known in the book world as the cohost of StoryNerds, a vlog and podcast about all things books and pop culture, recorded from her home city of Toowoomba, Australia. Now, she’s carving her own place in the Christian fiction arena and helping to fill the rom-com genre gap with a novel full wit, sass, and grit.
More from Jessica
A romance that makes me laugh and snort my strawberry milkshake across the keyboard when I sneak in chapter at work – that’s just the best. My loftiest career aspiration is to create that experience for someone else. There can never be enough of those books in the universe, especially novels that include deep faith and emotion, as well. I adore love-hate romantic comedies like The Hating Game by Sally Thorne, and I spend my days dreaming up plotlines that force characters who hate each other to work together as a team. But, Natalie’s journey came from a real place for me—that feeling you’re missing out on your purpose and you don’t know how to fix it.
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To celebrate her tour, Jessica is giving away a grand prize of a finished paperback copy of Love and Other Mistakes!!
Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link here to enter.
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I've had fun following along with the blog tour and reading each review. I have this one on my want-to-read list already, so getting different perspectives is great!ReplyDelete
Thanks for participating and sharing your view on "Love and Other Mistakes"!
I hope you get the chance to read it!Delete
Thanks for your review!ReplyDelete
Thanks for doing the tour with us! I look forward to reading Samuel and Kimberly's story.;)Delete