To See You by Rachel Blaufeld is NOW LIVE!
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No cliffhanger, only hard-earned unexpected love. And angst.
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No cliffhanger, only hard-earned unexpected love.
What is it about this guy?
On paper, he’s one hundred percent wrong for me. His e-mails are equal parts annoying and funny.
Okay, more funny than annoying. More like refreshing. Different. Exciting.
But as I stand next to him now, he’s giving me head-to-toe tingles, and I find myself dwelling on his e-mails.
Meet smart, sexy career girl and New York snob, Charli Richards. She has everything except happiness until the day she meets Layton Griffin. It’s a random encounter on an airplane; it couldn’t mean anything, right?
Layton isn’t even remotely close to who Charli sees herself hooking up with . . . ever. Her mom and best friend agree he’s not for her, but he makes her feel something exciting, awakens her world.
But then Layton changes, going to great lengths for Charli to see him for who he really is.
Will those changes bring them closer together, or will she never be able to see him in the same way again?
My Review –
4.5 Take a chance on love Stars!!
Thank you so very much TRSOR Promotions for sending me a copy of To See You!! I’m very honored grateful! 🙂
This was my first time reading Ms.Blaufeld’s work. I honestly didn’t expect everything that happened in this book to happen and to feel so many different kinds of emotions at once. I’ve felt anger before and heartbreak from all kinds of stories but To See You is a whole other ball game in a great way. As I’ve said many times I love it when a book can provoke emotions from me but anger being a favorite and I’m not sure why but I guess where love is so close to it. It’s frustrating, sweet, heartbreaking, and a journey of a story. Also, can I just say how much I adore the cover? I’m looking forward to picking up more of Ms.Blaufeld’s work in the future!
Charli Richards was a character who was an editor for an online website and loved to write. She was such a witch and I couldn’t stand her for a large portion of the story. I understood why she sometimes acted the way that she did but it didn’t justfify things for me. As the story progressed I liked that she grew and I enjoyed seeing her growth. In many ways she let others control her and I hated that. She was more than meets the eye. I hoped that in the end she’d be a better person and not push away the one person who truly saw the real her.
Layton Griffin was a character who made movie soundtrack’s and finding the perfect song to go with a scene was easier said than done at times. He was a sweetheart and had a heart of gold which in my opinion made him one heck of a beautiful character. Even though he came on a bit too strong at first he meant well In everything he did. My heart pretty much shattered for him a couple of times. He deserved the best in life and I hoped he’d find the one for him in the end.
I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a read that isn’t about a perfect romance but rather a love that is unique and worth the fall. At times I h to grip my kindle so I wouldn’t throw it due to the heroine making me mad but it was worth every single emotion. There are highs and lows but that’s just the beginning of this roller coaster ride of a story! If you haven’t already One-Clicked this book I think you should! It was just the kind of story that I needed to read and I won’t forget it! Buy it today! 4.5 Stars all around!! 🙂
“Cheers.” My seatmate good-naturedly tipped his glass toward me. He wasn’t going to leave me alone.
I took a long gulp and looked back at my computer screen.
“Do you like working for them?”
I tugged at my turtleneck; it was so freaking hot all of a sudden. My nosy neighbor’s face had a slight sheen to it, clearly from being hot, and now his warmth was seeping into my space.
“I do. They’re a growing company and . . . I’ve made great strides there.”
What the heck? Why was I even answering him? Because he asked, and if I was honest, it was the nicest anyone had been to me in months.
Furthermore, why did I sound like I was on an interview? Or an infomercial?
He was kind—I could tell—and his smile was gentle and calm, his eyes like warm coffee with just the right amount of cream swirling through it. I turned a little in my seat to face him and my knee brushed his thigh. I let my gaze travel his Beastie Boys T-shirt until I settled on his computer.
Playing on it was a rom-com, one I’d never seen before, but Katie What’s-her-name—all stunning, shiny hair, celebrity mom, perfect life—was front and center. Her arms were full of shopping bags and she was wearing a big grin on her perfect face as she walked down a city street.
“You don’t strike me as the romantic comedy type.” I felt my eyebrow lift. I wasn’t sure if I was teasing him or myself as the question floated from my mouth.
He laughed. It was soothing and comforting like a coffee-and-Kahlua on a cold night, and warm like the sun on the first few days of summer.
I allowed my eyes to close and imagined he looked like somebody else—not someone else totally, but just different. Fit, not slender but muscular. He still had the same gracious smile and inviting eyes, but he wasn’t wearing a music T-shirt in my imagination. Maybe a Henley? And dark-wash jeans instead of the regular everyday ragged blue I’d noticed him wearing.
“It’s work too,” he said, interrupting my fantasy.
“Oh.” I chugged the balance of my mimosa, cooling the wash of desire recently conjured up from my brain.
“Actually, I’m pretty sure BubblePOP will end up reviewing this one, will probably have someone at the premiere too. That’s why I asked about the site. Six degrees of Kevin Bacon and all that. Our worlds are connected.”
“I don’t do movies. I’m the fitness editor, but if Katie What’s-her-name is in it, I’m sure we’ll be all over it.”
He shifted his gaze over fully to me now. His eyes weren’t exclusively deep brown; tiny flecks of amber circled his pupil. They were captivating in a weird way, as if they didn’t belong with this guy.
I’d never met a slob who was so interesting before, yet he was definitely intriguing. And not really a slob—that was my own bias. Clearly, I was having some sort of psychotic breakdown on this airplane.
Rachel Blaufeld is a social worker/entrepreneur/blogger turned author. Fearless about sharing her opinion, Rachel captured the ear of stay-at-home and working moms on her blog,BacknGrooveMom, chronicling her adventures in parenting tweens and inventing a product, often at the same time. She has also blogged for The Huffington Post, Modern Mom, and StartupNation.
Turning her focus on her sometimes wild-and-crazy creative side, it only took Rachel two decades to do exactly what she wanted to do—write a fiction novel. Now she spends way too many hours in local coffee shops plotting her ideas. Her tales may all come with a side of angst and naughtiness, but end lusciously.
Rachel lives around the corner from her childhood home in Pennsylvania with her family and two dogs. Her obsessions include running, coffee, icing-filled doughnuts, anti-heroes, and mighty fine epilogues.
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