Main Characters: Ginger Stevens, Fender Barnes

 

Review

I received a reviewer’s copy of this book from ATOMR Tours in exchange for an honest review and as part of the book’s blog tour promotions.

I found this book funny. It’s a light, enjoyable read that provides good entertainment and sweet romance. The hero, Fender, is not like most heroes these days. He is described to be bad at relationships and with women. However, it’s not because he is a jerk or a player. In fact, he is awkward and weird in a cute way.

The heroine is also quirky. She loves her closest friend, but still takes the time to think of mean thoughts about the girl. She’s a real person who struggles with the loss and guilt of having lost her boyfriend, whom she had no idea was going to propose to her.

The Jeweler won’t take you to a rollercoaster of emotions. It won’t heat you up if the weather is freezing because the sex scenes were barely even mentioned. It won’t leave you hanging with a puzzle that you’d die to solve. What it will do, though, is take you with its characters until you could swear to yourself that you personally know Fender and can testify to his antics. It’s a book that speaks of very normal people who fell in love under unique circumstances.

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