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THREE SIMPLE WORDS (KINGSTON ALE HOUSE) BY A.J. PINE
Release Date: October 17, 2016
She's holding out for a happy ever after.
I know where to find my happily ever after—between the pages of a romance novel. It’s why I sell books, why I blog about them, and why I’ll never get disappointed by love.
So what if my brother’s best friend from high school is now a bestselling author? Or that he just blew back into town on a Harley, filling out a pair of jeans like he never did before? Or that he’s agreed to do a signing at my bookstore on such short notice? Because despite all his adoring female fans, I kind of hated his book.
The last time I saw Annie Denning, she was a senior in high school, three years older than me and way out of my league.
Now I’m her last-minute date to a wedding, and what started as a night of pure fun has turned into something more real than either of us anticipated.
Annie is my muse. When I’m with her, my writer’s block fades away, and the words finally flow.
The only problem? She wants the fairy tale—her very own happily ever after—and anyone who’s read my book knows the truth. I just don’t believe they exist.
REVIEW: THREE SIMPLE WORDS (KINGSTON ALE HOUSE) BY A.J. PINE
Three Simple Words by A.J. Pine
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Three Simple Words is a look at the differing points of view that men and women have on one subject, LOVE. Wes sees romance as a tempting way to make money and bag women. As the author of a gritty, sensual bestselling book Wes is living the dream. Sex, money and women are his for the taking, but with success comes the fear of not being able to keep the momentum going. Annie believes in rainbows and happily ever afters. Her blog and business pay homage to the fairytale. Her heart belongs to romance, her censure belongs to Wes' book and it's distortion of love. Three Simple Words revisits the theme: "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus in this light read. It's funny to see after so many years, some things never change.
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