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Jessica Bell

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Connectivity by Aven Ellis @AvenEllis #ReviewShare #Romance #Humor

ConnectivityConnectivity by Aven Ellis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Unlike many newer romance books where the plot is twisted between an ongoing event, mystery or third party, Connectivity is focused on the romance between its two main characters - Mary Kate and William. Nothing hidden about this fact.

What made this book really great was the way these two characters eventually come together while dealing with their personal issues. Mary Kate wasn't happy with where she was in life and like any individual who wants to succeed in life, she initially sees William's appearance as a hindrance rather than a person who can keep her company.

William is wealthy enough to have any woman he wants but he is intrigued by Mary Kate's personality, wit and charm. As she is promoted to a senior position while working for him, this gives the two more opportunity to bond.

For readers who enjoy a straightforward romance, this is a book you must read. Most writers keep exclamation points to a minimum but this writer was extremely generous with hers and this was the only thing that kept me from enjoying the book. Excitement, exclaim mark. Sad, exclaim mark. Angry, exclaim mark. No. All in, it was a good book.

Disclosure - As a Quality Reads Book Club member, I received a free copy of this book from the author via Orangeberry Book Tours in exchange for my honest review.


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