Saturday, November 3, 2018

Letters from Jayson







Arc provided by NetGalley and the author in exchange for an honest review.

Synopsis from the Author’s Website:


Lindsey is ready for a change. Shallow relationships and a dead-end job have left her longing for more, so when a rare but difficult opportunity presents itself for a promotion and temporary change of scenery, she jumps at the chance to try something new.

Jayson wants a quiet place to finish his current project. With one missed deadline behind him, he doesn’t have time for distractions and interruptions. 

When Lindsey temporarily moves into a beach house owned by her best friend’s fiancĂ©, she finds that it’s already occupied… by Jayson. To him, she’s a nuisance and a distraction from his work. To her, he’s a conceited and bossy obstacle. Both annoyed at this unavoidable situation, they agree to make the most of their predicament and try to co-exist in peace until their work is done. But Lindsey and Jayson quickly learn there is a fine line between love and hate. Is it really possible to love someone that makes you so crazy? 



Review: 

Lindsay is a journalist, fed up with being passed over for promotions that are given to the male chauvinists she works with. She finally confronts her boss not caring if it means losing her job.  Worried that she’ll quit, he sends her on an assignment to Florida to interview the reclusive best-selling author, Jackson King.  He knows full well she’ll encounter many challenges along the way. 

Lindsay’s best friend’s fiancĂ© offers her his place to stay but he fails to tell her she’ll have a roommate, Jayson. Neither one is happy to have to share the same space, but they tolerate each other by communicating via letters.  Their love story begins.

I enjoyed this book quite a bit. It’s funny and it’s a light-hearted.  I have read many self-published books but not one as good as this one. Characters are well developed and the storyline is fairly solid. You will want to read it non-stop.

Highly recommend.