Charlotte Luce is a complicated woman with more baggage than a Pullman car. Just when she thinks her relationship jinx with men is over, she finds herself running away a second time from the only man she’s ever really loved, Special Agent Nick Greyson. And if that isn’t enough, Nick’s brother Noah just admitted he’s in love with Charlotte, too.
Will Nick and Charlotte be able to mend their broken past and move forward? Or will Noah be the man who finally gives Charlotte her Happily Ever After?
Call Me Charlotte is the story of a young woman searching for her forever, and the empowerment she finds in forgiveness.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
In this, the second of the AMI series, Brown’s characters become even more complex and interesting. I read this one in a few hours and, once again, couldn’t put it down once I got started. A lot of changes have taken place in a very short time in the lives of Nick and Lottie/Charlotte and not all of them good. But it looks like they are headed in the right direction. I’d still like to learn more about Maggie, and am keeping my fingers crossed that Noah finds his one true love, and that Pop and Shelly become an item as well. The complexity of the story makes this book so compelling and I can’t wait to see what’s in store for the whole gang in book 3 of the series. Once again, a wonderful read that I will be recommending to friends.
Reviewed by Gail Kamer for Readers' Favorite What a fun read! Call Me Charlotte by Dana L. Brown follows Lottie (call me Charlotte) as she is fired from her job as president of the Old Florida Bank on Anna Marie Island in Florida. She learns that one of her best friends from childhood and the love of her life, Nick, has been shot. Oh, Lord! Please let him live! Why has she been so stubborn? Charlotte and Nick reconcile, but will they make it to the altar? Nick’s brother confesses his love for Charlotte. Charlotte finds out something important and hopes she isn’t following in her mother’s footsteps. How will all this work out? Call Me Charlotte by Dana L. Brown is one of those wonderful “feel-good” books you want to take to the beach or curl up with at the pool or in front of a fireplace. It’s full of love, wonder, and a few tears—happy ones. While there is conflict, it’s the kind of conflict that most people encounter in their lives, not conflict where someone has a curse, an unknown killer disease, murder and mayhem, etc. It’s a down-to-earth, love of your life got away, make mistakes, get over it and smile kind of read. I loved the easy to read short chapters, the fast paced plot, and the fact that I could read the book in just a day or two. If you are looking for a story to enjoy as you are enjoying life, vacationing, or just need something to smile about, this is the book for you.