Thursday, October 29, 2015

Book Review: The Job Offer by Eleanor Webb

by M. J. Joachim

Aside from a few minor typos, this book captured my attention from cover to cover. I literally couldn’t put it down and read it in only a few hours. It was downtime around here, and The Job Offer was a perfect escape into another world, without going anywhere or doing anything other than enjoying a few hours of doing absolutely nothing.

I didn’t even have to think. This is your typical girlie girl romance novel, where all you have to do is bask in the indecency of watching other people’s lives unfold, interacting in all those curious ways, as childhood romance turns into adult chance meetings, resulting in a ravenous love affair, where neither party is certain what the other is thinking, thus holding back on their true feelings and driving each other crazy.

Reading this romance novel was pure fun and indulgence, because I rarely spend an afternoon giggling at silly characters being giddy in love and not knowing it. Romance might be the wrong word. This was more of a sappy love story, the kind where you sheepishly giggle, become slightly embarrassed when reading a few of the naughtier scenes and totally see the outcome, but absorb every word just the same, because you want to read it for yourself.

Yea, the typos I can probably count on one hand, and it’s easy to overlook them, when the afternoon is so relaxing, because you’re reading this book. No wonder I haven’t gotten on the computer today until now.

Wishing you real sappy romances and beautiful love stories,

M. J.

©2015 All Rights Reserved