Confessions, Book 1
Synopsis: Confession One: I was a klutz.
I thought I’d grow out of it, but evidently I didn’t.
It’s not fun to look like a fumbling toddler when you’re twenty-six.
Confession Two: I had a standing appointment at the local ER.
It wasn’t by choice that I knew all the doctors names—it was necessity.
But that was about to change.
Confession Three: I hated the sun yet I lived in LA where it always shone.
I supposed that was one plus to being sent to New York for the next eight weeks.
That was until I got there.
Arm veins, dimples, and THE sexiest voice known to man were my weakness,
and he had every single one of them.
Confession Four: He was my new boss.
I could control myself though, right?
The city of dreams… a klutz’s worst nightmare.
Eight weeks. A klutz. And a drool worthy boss.
What did you get when you crossed a klutz with a GQ model lookalike?
I was about to find out.
Review: I love this kind of novel, light comedies that make us have a good time, so when I saw the cover and the synopsis, I didn’t hesitate for long!
Violet is a clumsy woman, but to the point where her hospital visits are recurrent and she has broken her bones many times. Miss clumsy, that’s her! Well… It’s true that it’s at the point where it’s a little too much at the end, but well, it’s not very serious. So when she is sent to New York to replace the assistant to the manager of the company where she works, she didn’t expect him to be so sexy! But here it is, she is terrible and Mr. Taylor will soon realize it. On top of that, she can’t stay focused for very long, which is very annoying for meetings and long days!
I thought it was pretty nice to follow Violet even though, as I said, some things are a little too much. She’s really not good at what she’s doing, but she’s doing the best she can. So I had a very good time with her in all her adventures and it must be said that we have some of them! However, I asked myself a few questions about some inconsistencies, such as how she managed to cut a piece of meat with a broken collarbone.
Apart from that, I had a good time with the novel, it was light and fresh and I am curious to discover Ella’s story.