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Wednesday, June 27, 2012
NEW REVIEW: Sophia Shaw - All Caught Up
Sophia Shaw - All Caught Up - Available Now! - 4 out of 5 books -
As owner of
Croft Connections, Jasmine Croft makes a living bringing people together. For
her own love life, she has come to expect nothing, therefore she is content
dating without the happily ever after. Robert Rankins, ex-goalie for the Florida
Panthers turned writer, isn't looking for love when he enlists the services of
Croft Connections. He just wants his parents off his back and to prove that he
has moved on since the death of his wife. So when Jasmine goes to tell Robert
that his date had an accident and can't make it, the last thing that either of
them expected was the instant attraction. Due to the sparks that they were
igniting, they both decided that exploring a relationship was a good idea. However, they
didn't expect all of the lies and deceit.
All Caught Up was
a good read by Sophia Shaw. There were lots of characters in this story and Shaw did a
wonderful job developing all of them to give you a feel of each characters role
within the story. The setting took place in two different cities in Florida.
Shaw also did a great job of giving a wonderful visual image of both cities
that helped develop the story. The flow of the story was also really good. Overall, All Caught Up was a good read!