Love, Reality Style

Love, Reality Style

by Judith Natelli McLaughlin


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ISBN-13: 9780994732156
Publisher: Gizmo Farm Inc.
Publication date: 06/07/2016
Pages: 232
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.49(d)

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Love, Reality Style 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
weluvdopey More than 1 year ago
This is a great book written by Judith Natelli McLaughlin. This is a great book with a wonderful story and well developed characters. This book will keep you reading long into the night. If you are looking for a great book, then you need to read this book. This is the first book by this author that I have read, and I am looking forward to reading the next book by this great author. A Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review.
Splashesintobooks1 More than 1 year ago
This is a quick and easy read romance involving lots of cake, three best friends and a mixed bag of male characters. I loved the relationship between the three ladies – everyone needs friends like these but not so many are lucky enough to have them. They were always there for each other, through everything – great sounding boards when one was in a dilemma, supportive in times of trouble and protective in times of need. The males in the story were a completely different matter – a germaphobic proposer, a charismatic, handsome, rich but dislikable television show host and a cheat! So this story starts out with awkward situations, interfering friends and mothers, lies and cheating before moving on to other possibilities, opportunities, romance and lots of cakes. The characters are well developed though not necessarily appealing. I disliked how Mary Grace couldn’t make her mind up about accepting Ralph’s proposal. Come on, she’s a teacher, used to having to make decisions and surely not someone to be bullied into them by her Mum or really needing to talk it all through to weigh up the pros and cons with her friends? She really irritated me, initially, because of this. However, as the story progressed I could relate to her more. To begin with Ralph also comes across as a somewhat damp squib but again, especially after his first talk with Jayde, he becomes more rounded and believable – a genuine, very caring individual with lots more to him than being ‘CEO of Antiseptic Hands’. In contrast, Nick Charmin initially seems like the perfect partner for Mary Grace – handsome, attractive, charismatic and so obviously attracted to her. He’s more domineering, used to having his own way and determined to win her for himself. So who will she choose? Well, you’ll just have to read it yourself to find out! Whether you’re a fan of reality television or not, this book is fun to escape into when you want something light and simple to read. However, it should, perhaps, also come with a warning – you’ll be in serious danger of needing some cake to eat with all the references, baking and eating that goes on throughout to story! Thanks to the author, publishers and NetGalley, too, for letting me read this in exchange for my honest review.