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Stormi's Review: Cookie Cutter by Jo Richardson


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Publisher: Little Bird Publishing House

Released: March 23, 2015

Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary Romance

Length: 299 Pages

Format: eBook, Paperback

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Synopsis

Iris Alden and Carter Blackwood couldn't be more different. Change-averse Iris likes her life neat and organized, while Carter's itchy feet mean he doesn’t plan to stay in the same place for long. When Carter moves into the house across the street from Iris, to renovate it, she fights the disruption it causes in her life. Before long, though, it's not simply the house Carter's rebuilding, but Iris's heart, too.

Review - Four Boundless Stars

I really enjoyed this book. It was a good read and full of real life drama. Many romances you read seem fake, but this was different. It's a young mom, who is divorced, trying to tackle a job and her ex husband along with trying to raise her teenage daughter. Along the way she meets a man and falls in love. I gave it a 4 because throughout the book it had some grammatical issues. Not to bad just some noticeable mistakes. Overall this book was a good, real, and enjoyable romance read. I want to say thank you for allowing me to read and review this book.


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