Self-assured Nadia Normandy knows everything there is to know about men and dating, which seems to be why little old Mrs. Beasley maneuvers her into taking unsuspecting and bookish accountant Benji Garner under her wing. Her mission? Shape him up for the opposite sex, preferably in time for New Year’s Eve.
A challenge? Sure, but Nadia discovers that Benji’s got a charm all his own, and she finds herself avoiding her usual social scene in favor of time spent with him—all in the name of mentoring him, of course.
Except that after a while, it starts to feel less like mentoring and more like something else—which could present a problem, because just as Nadia begins to realize she didn’t know quite as much about men as she thought, other women are starting to notice her unlikely protégé.
Much like Nadia is beginning to notice him in a whole new way herself…
Do you want to read a book and smile the whole time? Then Love Lessons is the book for you. In classic Christine S. Feldman style, she has you laughing in the beginning and anxiously waiting for the couple to get together. I love stories where the couple actually dates each other, but don’t realize that’s what they're doing. That’s exactly what happens in this book.
Benji Garner (an accountant) and Nadia Normandy (a baker) are thrown together by mutual client/friend, Mrs. Beasley who has a love match in her sights. After getting the two together under false pretenses, Nadia convinces Benji that it would be better for him to just go along. But what Nadia doesn’t expect is to fall for the seemingly square, strait-laced accountant who is more than he seems.
Be prepared to fall in love with two people who seem to be so totally opposite and wrong for each other. While this is the second novella in the Heavenly Bites Series, it is a stand alone.
Release Date: December 1, 2013
Book Length: 60 pages
Reviewed by: Kim
Reading Format: Available only in eBook
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