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Forty something, self-proclaimed cougar, Rebecca is committed only to her cats and her career. Her veteran single girl lifestyle has been peaceful and happy – that is until she started dating age-appropriate Steve, an entomology professor with a sweet smile and demeanor to match. Who knew an insect scientist could be so appealing?The problem? Steve is a widower with baggagForty something, self-proclaimed cougar, Rebecca is committed only to her cats and her career. Her veteran single girl lifestyle has been peaceful and happy – that is until she started dating age-appropriate Steve, an entomology professor with a sweet smile and demeanor to match. Who knew an insect scientist could be so appealing?The problem? Steve is a widower with baggage to spare. Memories of his late wife fill his home. Smiling photos and jars of bugs serve as constant reminders of Steve’s continued attachment to his dearly departed wife, Noreen, who shared his passion for creepy crawlies!Now that Rebecca is facing her commitment phobia by moving in with Steve, she is becoming more unhinged. Behaving more like her zany friends than her level-headed self, she burns her butt at the tanning salon, crashes on energy drinks, and even loses a hamster. Throw into the mix a few delusional relatives, a sarcastic teenager, and a fluffy dog who sheds a new dog every day, and Rebecca doesn’t recognize her old self.And if that isn’t enough to push her over the edge, her smokin’ hot ex returns, reminding her of a simpler time with a man who carries no more baggage than a wallet....

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Afraid of Her Shadow Reviews

  • Dianne
    2019-06-13 11:27

    What happens when a cougar, committed to her single girl status and all of its perks falls for a baggage-laden widower whose home is haunted by the memories of his late wife and hundreds of “bugs-in-a-bottle?” Rebecca is part of the crew at Bella Donna Press, and has never longed for the picket fence, the 2 am feedings or any of the trappings of wifedom in suburbia. Who knew Steve would capture her heart? Who knew Steve’s late wife would be her biggest competition for his soul? His home is like an encapsulated shrine to his wife and like a man, he doesn’t realize how uncomfortable it can be to open one’s eyes from and intense lovemaking session only to see the glaring eyes of a woman departed from this earth. The more comfortable Steve gets with Rebecca, the more he talks and reminisces about his wife. What was she, a saint with a bug fetish? When a sexy blast from her past comes back into her life, Rebecca may start hovering too close to the flame, only to flirt with being burned, again.Does she put up with the constant reminders of the ghost that haunts Steve’s house, reliving the horrors of ghost stories from her past or should she risk losing this wonderful man with an ultimatum. How many strikes does he get against him before she walks? Why does her heart keep bringing her back?Afraid of Her Shadow by Carol Maloney Scott is an endearing story of love and choices for two people, old enough to be set in their ways yet young enough at heart to struggle with all of the pitfalls of new love. Spiced with humor, quirky characters and very few “normal” ones, Rebecca’s life becomes like a game of Whack-A-Mole as one thing after enough seems to pop up just as she has beaten down the last obstacle on the bumpy road of love! Great friends share her anguish, providing humor and lighthearted banter in this twisted tale of romantic comedy. Let’s not forget Rebecca’s internal dialogue, from her hair to her bikini body hidden under a few layers of love handles to her scolding herself for being upset with a man who goes from caring lover to clueless Neanderthal in seconds. Funny, romantic and sometimes a touch sad, this is Chick Lit for the beach, the couch, and just for the fun of it!I received this copy from Carol Maloney Scott in exchange for my honest review.Publication Date: July 19, 2015Publisher: Carol Maloney ScottGenre: Romantic ComedyPrint Length: 335 pagesAvailable from: AmazonFor More Reviews, Promotions and all things Books visit: http://tometender.blogspot.com

  • Kayla
    2019-06-14 11:11

    Read more on my blog - https://bookloverfl12.wordpress.com/2...This book is total chick lit. I quickly read this book over a weekend because I couldn’t put it down. Would Rebecca overcome her phobia of commitment and stay with Steve, the widower, or be tempted by a hot ex who came back to town to win her back? The writing of this book flowed smoothly and I enjoyed reading the second book in the Rom-Com on the Edge series! I could relate to Rebecca being single and feeling ‘old’ in the dating world.I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  • Kathleen
    2019-05-24 09:03

    If you are looking to read an entertaining Rom-Com tale that will keep you in stitches, then Afraid of Her Shadow is the book for you!In Afraid of Her Shadow, book two of Rom-Com On The Edge Series, the reader follows forty-six year old Rebecca, a human resource manager for Bella Donna Publishing Company in Richmond, VA, as she deals with crazy co-workers and Meetup friends; her lovable widower boyfriend Steve, who lives in a shrine of a house to his dead wife Noreen; and the reappearance of her hunky television newscaster ex-boyfriend Luke, and the resurfacing of her cougar memories of their steamy relationship.Author Carol Maloney Scott weaves a fast-paced tale that follows Rebecca's trials and tribulations as she deals with crazy human resource work issues; her relationship commitment and phobia issues when it comes to Steve's "house of horrors," a shrine to his dead wife Noreen; and add in the reappearance of her sexy younger ex-boyfriend Luke to mix, and you get a sassy but confused lady who has gotten herself into one heck of a pickle!Written in the first person narrative, the reader will find it easy to follow sassy forty-something Rebecca on her madcap adventures as she bobs and weaves through one hilarious mishap after another, while trying to figure out what to do with her fears, insecurities, and commitment phobia relationship issues.Afraid of Her Shadow is a lighthearted tale that has quirky characters, witty banter, and a crazy good storyline that has enough romance, drama, and humor that is true chick lit rom-com at its finest!Disclaimer: I received a copy of the book from the author in exchange for my honest review and participation in a virtual book tour event hosted by Chick Lit Plus Blog Tours.http://jerseygirlbookreviews.blogspot...

  • Fiona Wilson
    2019-06-05 12:59

    The first book I read by this author was a very funny read, and I hoped she could continue in that humorous vein with this one. She did not disappoint!Rebecca is a friend of Claire's, who we met in There Are No Men. They work together. She can see just how happy Claire and Brandon are. She wants a piece of that happiness.Rebecca is on the right track - she is in a relationship with Steve, who she met at a Meetup group she attends. She is happy with Steve, but he has issues she needs to deal with. He is, as far as Rebecca can tell, still hung up on his dead wife. And that doesn't make for an ideal partnership now does it?Rebecca already has her doubts about the longevity of her relationship, when along comes her very sexy, younger ex boyfriend, Luke. Does he want her back? Is he only after her friendship? Only time will tell.Once again the author has written a very funny story, with so many specific points of hilarity, I can't even go there. Suffice to say, as I was reading it, I made a note of a few things which stood out above all else. The list reads - boobs, tan, burned ass, Pilates! You seriously need to read this story to find out exactly where they all fit in.I love the style of writing this author has produced once again, and I can't wait to see which one of the wide circle of friends both Rebecca and Claire have she writes about next. As long as she never loses the humour in these stories I will be reading them sometime in the future.

  • Janet Graham
    2019-06-13 11:14

    Funny and Realistic Rom-ComIt is so refreshing to read a longer book that lets you sink your teeth into the plot and characters. And this book has an excellent plot filled with unique characters! This is a fully stand-alone book, but I can’t wait to read the others in the series.

  • Francesca
    2019-05-26 11:16

    Hilarious.

  • Barbara
    2019-05-16 13:21

    I love romantic comedy. Rebecca could be a strong woman if she said part of what she thinks. This is why the book says afraid of her shadow. Loved this book.

  • April Wood
    2019-05-26 09:24

    What’s It About?“How did I go from a cat loving, single career woman who goes out on the weekends and has fun — to someone who lays on the floor in an insanely sexy nightgown with a dog?”Rebecca is a 40-something-year-old woman who runs the human resources department of an up and coming publishing company. When we meet her, she is celebrating her one year anniversary with her boyfriend, Steve.Steve, a widower, carries a lot of baggage. Rebecca is terrified of his house, which she refers to as the “house of horrors”. She fears the ghost of Steve’s deceased wife is still in it. The wedding pictures are still up, and her toiletries are still in the bathroom.Rebecca’s relationship with Steve is perfect, as long as she stays out of his house! But then she learns his step-daughter can’t handle her dog, Elsa and Steve is adopting her. If Rebecca wants to spend any time with her boyfriend, she will have to go to his house.Then, her sexy Portuguese ex-boyfriend, Luke, comes back into town. Luke has no emotional burdens, wacky relatives, animals, or kids, and certainly no shrines to a dead woman in his home.And he is making every effort possible to get Rebecca’s attention…“A wonderful anniversary night blemished by the news of a canine interloper, a future spent in an almost certainly haunted house, and now… Luke is back.”My ThoughtsAuthor Carol Maloney Scott made me fall in love with chick lit all over again. ❤I loved the characters, especially Rebecca. Her character was multi-faceted and someone who I think a lot of women could relate to. I loved her introspective thoughts –those had me laughing the hardest! I liked how the author put Rebecca in different situations to reveal her personality. We got to see Rebecca in her human resources role, how she is when out with her girlfriends, how she handled an ex-lover who appeared around every corner, and most importantly how she handled her sometimes difficult relationship with Steve.The secondary characters were also well-developed. I felt like I understood the motivations of both Steve and Luke. The introduction of the friends and relatives made this book all the more enjoyable. –Especially the wacky ones!There was a dark poem in the novel, that Rebecca finds, about a rose and it really stuck with me. I re-read it several times. It was beautiful. Rebecca found a lot of interesting things tucked away in that house, but that poem was my favorite of all.I was really glad that in the end, Rebecca got her happily-ever-after. :) I was hoping it would go that way but you never know what kind of curve ball an author is going to throw at their reader!Afraid Of Her Shadow had me literally laughing out loud! Let me give you some of the highlights:1.) “Buzzy bee nuptials”.2.) Elsa, the dog, eats her expensive designer purse.3.) “Tanning virgin”.4.) She nearly dies on a bike course and a toddler, who took that same route, laughs at her.5.) “Ten ways to murder Eve”.6.) (And my personal favorite): “Scalped by hippie beads.”Just thinking about the above scenes has me laughing as I’m typing. :) The combination of humor and romance truly makes this novel a feel-good read! I would recommend this novel to fans of romance comedies and chick lit!***In the interest of full disclosure, I received an e-copy of Afraid of Her Shadow, from the Author, in exchange for a fair, thoughtful and honest book review. This in no way swayed my opinion.Please check out my full book review: https://aprillwood.wordpress.com/2015...

  • Naturalbri (Bri Wignall)
    2019-06-07 13:01

    I love everything about Carol Maloney Scott’s writing. It is real, down to earth and has you rolling throughout. None of her work is over the top or just humour for humour’s sake. It is always a series of events that I can actually see happening and I find it fun to treat as an inside joke, along with all the other fans of hers. I fell for the author’s writing, after reading There Are No Men and was semi-patiently waiting for. Ok two, from the moment I closed the back cover. When I heard who the second book was about, I knew it was going to be excellent, but I had not idea just how much excellence I was truly in for. In this book we take on the viewpoint and life of one of our previous main character’s friends. She played a huge part I TANM and, especially with some of the one-liners she pulled in that book, I knew I was in for a treat. She picky, brash, boisterous and loved hitting the hay…in the naughty way. She isn't afraid of what size she is, how she eats or to speak her mind, but she is afraid of commitment. Deathly afraid. Those aren't her only fears though. Throughout the book, we get the opportunity to get to know her, watch her tackle her fears, run from her cougar past and befriend an unlikely ally. We see her deal with hair explosions, rituals and even loo roll showdowns. Every step of the way she learns, remains true to herself and in hilarious. The pace of the story was excellent. I found myself really enjoying the moments where we slowed down and got to know more about the main character and her supporting characters, but I thoroughly enjoyed the faster-paced moments where we were taken along for a ride on the funny train.The supporting characters we just as brilliant as the main. We already know a few of them, but we are still given details to get to know them more and see where their life has gone since book one. The new characters we are introduced to have a variety of personalities, characteristics and each trait really shines, whether that be in parallel with our main or as a complete clash. It makes for great arguments and truly hilarious situations that you can't help but giggle about.The story that is told is one that I've seen people deal with, as an overall situation. Finding love at a later stage in life, whether due to divorce, loss of a partner or just not finding the right one, it is a tough situation and often leads to arguments, accidents and nights they just want to forget. All of those can be found in this book and so much more. I really think this is a book you can't miss. It can be read on its own, but I highly recommend reading book one first, at some of the jokes will be even funnier and you will connect with the main character more.Honestly, Carol Maloney Scott has hit gold with this book. I truly loved it, enjoyed it, laughed with it and cannot wait for book three!

  • Tracie Banister
    2019-05-22 05:58

    Carol Maloney Scott continues to impress with this second entry in her Rom-Com on the Edge series. Afraid of Her Shadow tells the story of Rebecca, a character readers were first introduced to in There Are No Men where she seemed to be the footloose and fancy free type, bouncing from man to man, enjoying everything about the single life. When this book opens, Rebecca is in a different headspace, having found a great guy whom she's been dating exclusively for a while. What's surprising is that Steve is nothing like the men she'd been attracted to in the past - he's in her age group, cerebral (a professor!), grounded, and not averse to commitment. In fact, he's all for them moving into together, and this is where trouble begins for the two of them.I have to say that I loved the role reversal in this book. It was fun to see the woman in the relationship be the one who's hesitant about taking the next step. Rebecca didn't need a man, she wasn't looking for love, but she found it anyway and as a result she has to change her single, independent mindset and adapt to being part of a couple. As we all know, blending lives can be difficult and Steve's situation doesn't make things easy on Rebecca. He's got a dead wife whose presence is still strongly felt in his house, a dog and a stepdaughter who need him, and a grief-stricken mother-in-law who's constantly pushing boundaries. Rebecca really does try to roll with the punches, and I admired her for that. Truth be told, I probably would have bailed long before she even thought about it, especially when her smokin' hot newscaster ex, Luke Mendes, came back on the scene. Ooooo la la, that man presented quite a temptation!The author did a great job of combining comedy with pathos in this story. I laughed quite a bit over Rebecca's shenanigans (What happened to her at the tanning studio was a riot, as was her attempt to go mountain biking with Steve!) and also got choked up for her when things went wrong and she started doubting herself and losing her confidence. There were no quick fixes as it was a complicated situation, and I appreciated how "real" Rebecca's dilemma felt.Another thing I want to give Ms. Scott credit for is her fully fleshed out characterizations in this book. I enjoyed her friends, sassy erotica editor/single mom Gina and Dutch wedding planner Violet so much that I'm hoping to see them headline their own books in this series somewhere down the road! Speaking of the series, I think Afraid of Her Shadow works just as well as a standalone, so don't worry about having to read There Are No Men first, although I do recommend that you try both books as they're equally fabulous!

  • M1ssb3rry
    2019-06-02 12:04

    This is the second book of the Rom-Com on the edge series. I wanted to read this book because I enjoyed the first one. I wanted to know what was going on with Rebecca and also snoop on Claire.Rebecca has been in a relationship with Steve for a year now. She has only been to his house twice in all that time and this is because he hasn’t cleaned out his house of his late wife’s stuff. He has a lot of baggage and Rebecca starts to question her love for him and her sanity when her ex shows up and starts clamouring for her attention. Rebecca is usually very put together; she is independent, with her own condo. She has two cats that she treats like her children. She has a great job which she enjoys when she is not getting weird complaints. She also has a great social life. However everything starts to fall apart after she hits the one-year mark with Steve and he starts talking about getting more serious. It suddenly seems like a good idea to go back to her old ways.Luke is a very interesting character! It is obvious that he has a very big ego and cannot accept the fact that Rebecca is avoiding and not obsessing over him. He is very different from Steve who is completely laid back but also very mature and afraid of hurting people. He is age appropriate and therefore very responsible whilst Luke has nothing to worry about except himself.I loved how chaotic this story was: Rebecca was freaking out over everything, it was hilarious, whilst Steve was always so calm. A very good example of how men and women are so different. I love how this series is actually very realistic as stuff like this can happen. This is why I like Carol’s writing. She can turn the ordinary into something completely magical because this is real life; no embellishments required and it was still fun to read and I laughed a lot.I am hoping that the next novel is about Gina because I really like her. She always has really good advice to give to frazzled Rebecca and this was great since Claire was turning into such a bridezilla! But I have to say that I enjoyed the conversations between these women and I am glad that Claire hasn’t given up on her ridiculous shoes!Keep writing Carol :D

  • Amanda Alexandre
    2019-06-05 07:08

    2.5 starsMost chick lits involve a girl in her early to mid-twenties in some adventure to find a new love. Bridget Jones was thirty something, at least, but there is not much adventure on paper out there for the older ladies. And that's the good thing about the "RomCom in the edge" series, by Carol Maloney Scott. We get to read about older women. Women who were divorced, who had real life problems, and knows a thing or two about how that happily-ever-after form other stories is not so happy in the real world.But that doesn't mean the series can't be escapist. There are tons of jokes (some of them too silly, some of them lost on foreigners, but some of them witty or hilarious) and we get to laugh and empathize with Rebecca, a middle aged woman who has to deal with the memory of her boyfriend's dead wife... While she is tempted by a hot Portuguese hunky ex-boyfriend.The MC is very reasonable, what makes her character much more relatable than Claire from the first book (don't worry, you can read it as a standalone). Such a pity it didn't translate in a more enjoyable read: I found myself tired from memorizing the dozens of names at the first third of the book and some jokes were just too forced, like the conversation was put together just to display the joke.Besides, it lost one star just for the stereotyping. There is a lot of "Italians are like this", "Rhode Islanders should be like that", men this, Catholic that, it was just too much for just a couple hundred of pages. Don't read it if you're usually put away by that. That and the stream of small little dramas that were realistic, but a little off-putting impeded me from enjoying this installment as a whole.

  • Melissa
    2019-05-18 10:13

    Last year, I stumbled upon Carol Maloney Scott's first novel, There Are No Men. I loved it and wanted to read more about Claire and her friends. Well, Afraid of Her Shadow does not disappoint. The second novel of the series follows Claire's friend Rebecca and her boyfriend, Steve. The trials that these two go through are funny, yet relatable. Rebecca and Steve meet through a Meet-Up dating group. Rebecca, pushing 40 and Steve, almost 50 are together for a year when we meet them. Steve is a widower, who has had a difficult time letting go of his wife, Noreen. So, through most of the novel, it is a Love Triangle between Rebecca, Steve and Noreen. Add Rebecca's former flame, Luke the adonis weather man and Steve's step daughter, sister and ex-mother in law, there is never a dull moment. There are times that Rebecca is overthinking things, complicating things more than the situation required. Other times, you want to shake both of them to wake up and smell the coffee....that their lives must move on. I truly enjoyed following their adventure and shared similar feelings to Rebecca...upset when she experienced a rough patch and cheering them on when things seems to be on track. Carol's books are a lot of fun and make you want to know more of who these people are. While I love how the book ended, I want more! I want to know what happened to them in the future. I feel like these characters could be family members or friends, that is how relatable they are and how much I want to be in the middle of their crazy lives!

  • Maria
    2019-05-19 09:21

    Rebecca has had a boyfriend for a year now, Steve, she is not feeling a lot of sparkles when she is with him, but he is reliable and makes her laugh, and maybe she loves him... The only problem he has is that his house is full of objects of his dead wife and Rebecca doesn't know what to think... Is he still in love with his dead wife or he just doesn't know how to confront her death?But Rebecca's life will get worse after the returning of her sexy ex-boyfriend... Is he still interested in her? Will they still have sparkles together?Will Rebecca confront Steve about her dead wife or will she return with her sexy ex-boyfriend?This is the second book of The Ladies of Rom-Com, but it is a standalone novel too, so if you want to have a good laugh with some humor twists, don't doubt to read this book!Sometimes I think Rebecca is really afraid of her shadow, don't know what she wants and doesn't fight for it... and her friends... are they really her friends? I am not sure if one of my best friends explain to me that the house of her boyfriend is full of mementos of the dead wife I would say to her to continue dating with the guy! This has to be so creepy!I found some moments really exhilarating, and how really calm Rebecca reacts! I would make an scene for almost all the "news" Steve gives to her! I am sorry, but if you want to know more about it, you will have to read the book!Ready to live with your boyfriend and her dead wife?

  • Clair Martin
    2019-05-27 09:06

    ***WARNING THIS WILL HAVE SPOILERS - READ AT YOUR OWN RISK**I would first off like to say that Carol Maloney Scott writes really great. It got 4 stars because of the story itself. I felt that Rebecca was way to whiny of a character and I am sure that there are people in real life like that, I do not want to read about them.Rebecca is in a relationship that she has been in for over a year. She hardly ever goes to her boyfriends house, he always goes to hers, because she does not like that he still has so much of his dead wife's items in the house. My first thought when reading that was that he would probably clean some of it out but then you realize he is just lazy and thinks it will just go away on its own.As the story progresses, you can tell Rebecca does not really want to be in a relationship, at least not with Steve, but she feels because of her age she needs to settle down. To make things worse (and helps with her thought process of settling down) her ex is back in town trying to tempt her. I am glad she never went back to him but I do feel that she should not have dated anyone and just lived by herself. (Of course then there would be no story).It gets all wrapped in a happy bow when she is proposed to by her boyfriend and of course she says yes. Maybe it will all work out since that is what happily ever after books do. =D

  • Margaret Locke
    2019-05-28 13:59

    A frenzied ride with memorable characters. I read a lot of historical romance, so the first person present approach threw me off initially, but I decided I liked it for the rather confessional tone it loans the story - you feel like Rebecca is whispering her life secrets to you as they happen. In the beginning, I wasn't sure if I bought into the heroine's main struggle with her new guy - but I have to say a) I have never dated a widower, so what do I know, and b) as the story develops, I really enjoyed how Ms. Scott fleshed out the emotions / insights into Rebecca's character, and I found myself sympathizing with her more and more, and racing along to finish the book! There's a wonderful blend of humor (the tanning salon 'issue' is hilarious), balanced with thought-provoking insights into the modern psyche and how we deal with love when it's not always quite as easy as simply happily-ever-after. Ms. Scott has a vivid, energetic writing style that sucks you in, wondering what crazy event is coming next, or what fun phrase she's going to employ (I particularly liked the analogy of a forehead creased like a crinkle cut French fry!). The characters are zany but sharply drawn, and definitely not all the same. All in all, a great tale full of verve and realistically flawed characters. A worthwhile read!

  • Judy
    2019-06-15 13:58

    Although this is the second in a series, it can certainly stand on its own. Rebecca was a confirmed "cougar" when she met Steve, a widower of an appropriate age for her.Things go pretty well for them until he asks her to move in with him, and an old flame of hers comes back to town. She has a hard time with the fact that Steve has never cleared out all of his late wife's things (down to her toiletries) and the house is full of her photographs. On top of that, his step-daughter moves in shortly after Rebecca does, and the late wife's mother is intent on keeping her memory alive, to the extent of having birthday parties for her. Amazingly enough, the teenage step-daughter is the most sane one of the group! It's an entertaining read with the requisite happy ending.

  • Teresa Kander
    2019-06-02 08:03

    I enjoyed reading the first book in this series, There Are No Men, so I looked forward to reading more about the ladies in this book. I was definitely NOT disappointed. Rebecca is a little annoying at times, and made me want to shake her more than once, but that was just part of what made her so human and relatable. Rebecca has a lot of great lines in this book, and gets herself into some unusual situations. The people from the Meetup group are well-written supporting characters, as are their friends at the bar for trivia and Rebecca's co-workers. The author does a wonderful job of combining the romance and the comedy in this story. I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys chick lit and/or romantic comedies.

  • Geri
    2019-05-20 12:21

    I love reading about women who are closer to my age, but are still sexy and living life to the fullest! This is the second book in the series and it is as good as the first. I love that the funny parts of the book are not forced and just used as fluff, instead they definitely add to the story and will have you laughing out loud! Even though it seems as though the subject of a boyfriend who lost his wife, but Rebecca makes you think twice. I loved how she interacted both with the males and her friends. This is a book worth reading, especially when you are a little blue because it will cheer you up and have you laughing in no time!

  • Carol
    2019-05-23 10:22

    Though I did not read the first book in the series, I had no problem getting into Afraid of Her Shadow. Rebecca is a 40 something who works in HR. She loves her independent lifestyle living in her condo with her 2 cats. When her bug loving widower boyfriend asks Rebecca to move into his house, she starts to panic. Rebecca didn't stay over Steve's house because it is filled with pictures and memories from his wife who was killed in a bicycle accident. To make matters worse, she finds out his stepdaughter and her dog are moving back. Add in to the mix the return of Rebecca's hot reporter ex boyfriend, and you are in for alot of laughs.

  • Linda Buzard-Moffitt
    2019-05-26 12:02

    Move on from Claire in Book 1 'There Are No Men' to Rebecca in Book 2 and the laughs keep coming. I do think some of their actions are immature but that is one thing I like about these books and find very amusing. I cannot wait to read the next book in this series, find out what's going on in their lives and laugh a lot more. I was given a free copy of this book to read and review and this review and these opinions are my own. Great Job Carol!

  • Kim
    2019-06-02 09:27

    Tried twice-couldn't get interested enough to finish

  • Sandy
    2019-06-06 06:23

    Hmmm, I can't say this book is great just as I can't say it's terrible. I read it, I finished it and really don't have anything good or bad to say about this book.

  • Karen
    2019-06-08 10:59

    too much language

  • C.J. Morrow
    2019-05-30 09:02

    Enjoyable read about love and baggage for the over 40s.

  • Em
    2019-06-02 13:22

    Read this on Kindle Picked this book because of the reviews which were so good. Don't think we are reading the same book. I find it confusing and all over the place