Monday, July 20, 2015

Blog Tour: Happily Ever Single by Jessica Frances

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Happily Ever Single by Jessica Frances
pages: 259
Source: Reading Addiction Virtual Book Tours
Rating: 3stars

Still in my twenties, I have it all. I am young, happy, and healthy, despite my wine and pizza addictions. I am a successful business owner who lives a life I love, free from any romantic commitments. To me, my life is perfect right now, except for just one small problem…

My mother.

She will tell you I am missing something in my life, that I should be married with kids and have a house with a white picket fence, even though I cannot think of anything worse.

Ignoring my constant protests, she manages to set me up on a series of horrendous blind dates. To pacify my mother and avoid being set up with another friend’s son, I am driven to do something I never thought I would. 

I begin arranging dates through an agency. 

This idea seems to work well, until my arranged date falls sick right before a family event. With no other options, I am forced to attend with the agency owner’s brother-in-law as my stand-in date. At this point, my perfect life suddenly becomes … complicated.

Ollie is sexy, fun, and intense. There is an instant connection between us, but is it strong enough to risk my perfect life plan?

I am single, free, and content. I don’t need a man.

However, Ollie is persistent, despite my reluctance, and now I am left wondering if it is possible that he may be the perfect match for me.

Can Ollie be the one man to finally accept me for me, or does he think he can change who I am and my opinions?

Does my story end with me happily-ever-single or with a happily-ever-after?

Or can there be room for both?


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My Review
I liked the characters. It's nice to read about a woman who happily single. I think being a couple is always thrown in your face. Yes, it nice to find the one but it's also nice to be able to enjoy left while he/she makes his/her way to you. I liked the story. It flowed nicely. The characters each had their own personality and purpose. It was a bit cliché having a mother who wants to marry of her daughter but I could let that go. I enjoyed this one.

About the Author
Jessica Frances was born and raised in South Australia, quite possibly born with a book in her hand already. An avid reader her whole life, a pen finally appeared in her hand and she began her journey writing her own stories. The voices in her head have not slowed down and hopefully they never will.

Author Links
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  1. Thank you so much for signing up for the review tour and for your kind words. I appreciate the support and your time.