Sunday, March 2, 2014

All The Right Things-Audrey Harte

In “Love in All the Wrong Places”, Annie tried her hand at online dating, but it brought her nothing but a broken heart. This girl can't seem to catch a break in the dating world! While wondering what went wrong once again, she met an attractive, funny and sincere hip hop dancer in the parking lot at work. But just as Casey expressed interest in taking her out, he had to leave town to tour the country with an up and coming pop star. Annie was willing to wait for him to return, but then she received an apologetic text from Nate, the last guy she met on Craigslist. 

Join Annie on her adventures in “All the Right Things” as she makes some of the biggest decisions of her life. While she thoroughly enjoyed the time she spent with Nate and is still attracted to him, he screwed her and then ditched her at the bar without a word. Will Annie accept Nate’s explanation and his heartfelt apology and give him a second chance or will she kick him to the curb? Or will Casey’s charm and determination to show her how a real man should treat a lady win her over? Or will both of these guys be left in the dust when someone from her past reappears?

I got an ARC for this book, because I’m part of this blog tour.
This is the sequel of Love in All the wrong places, as you know the book ended up really bad, Nate leaving Annie and she was going out with Casey but he was about to go on tour because he is a dancer and everything was not looking fine for her.
And as usual I don’t do summary of the books thats why the synopsis is here so I will go straight with why I like this book

This book is really great one, you can see here how she is struggling between letting her insecurity of the past getting in the way of her present. But of course in order to be happy with everything that is around you: love and life, you need to heal and let the pass go, and that is what you will read, her forgiving people and moving forward, good things are happening to her in her personal life involving love and involving success.

I want to read the third book to know already how this is going to end, see her continuing being happy, with the guy she picked (read it!). I recommend you this book it is a good sequel, a healing one as I said involving not only love as you see everywhere but involving what a lot of people struggles to do in order to be happy. Forgive and let things go.

I will give this book 4 pretty stars!

orn and raised in Hawaii, Audrey Harte grew up an only child for the first eight years of her life, which forced her to use her imagination to keep herself entertained. She moved to Nebraska where she attended junior high and high school and participated in several plays and musical productions at the local community college and West Nebraska Arts Center. In 1998, Audrey relocated to Los Angeles, California where she has lived ever since. She has been writing poetry and song lyrics since she was young, but only more recently has she self-published her first book.

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