Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Review - ‘Then She Came Stumbling In’ by Natasha Lane


Ted's at a dead-end job with a boss who only stops by "to check the books." He lives in a studio apartment whose solo decor is an old futon. His little brother is a delinquent in training who, for some reason, his mother thinks he can fix. Then, to top it off, the girl he's been in love with for a over a year friend-zoned him to infinity and is about to marry a muscled out physical trainer. Life couldn't get any worse, right? 
And then she came stumbling in... 
Nadia is a puzzling case to most. She graduated with a Masters in Business Management, landed a dream job after graduate school, was promoted twice within three years, and then she quit. 
Who could be more screwed up? 
Ted's not sure, but when these two screw ups come together, can they turn each other in the right direction? 


Ted works a boring job at a coffee shop and he’s in love with a girl, Natalie, but she’s set to marry someone else. He’s a nice, laidback kind of guy who seems to get overlooked. Nadia is a hoot! She brings so much excitement and hope into Ted’s life but she has some baggage. Still, she’s exactly what Ted needed this holiday season. Their friendship bloomed quickly and their romance is believable. They’re great together.
It’s written from the first POV. I think I received an ARC since there are a few typos, but the writing flowed well. For a fun, heartwarming story, check this one out.
5 Stars

Disclaimer – Thank you, Natasha Lane, for sending me an ebook copy for an honest review. I am a reader. I am not paid or compensated in any way, shape or form for this review. I will not change or alter this review for any reason unless at my discretion. 

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