Love Unexpected: A Storybook Romance

Love Unexpected A Storybook Romance They say a rose by any other name would smell as sweet but as mistaken identities abound three heroines will put this age old adage to the test Showcasing a trio of LDS fiction s finest authors Lov

  • Title: Love Unexpected: A Storybook Romance
  • Author: Melanie Jacobson Jennifer K. Clark Julie Daines
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  • Page: 447
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • They say a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, but as mistaken identities abound, three heroines will put this age old adage to the test Showcasing a trio of LDS fiction s finest authors, Love Unexpected A Storybook Romance is a heartwarming collection of short stories that begs the question can true love really conquer all Storybook Romance by Melanie JacobsThey say a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, but as mistaken identities abound, three heroines will put this age old adage to the test Showcasing a trio of LDS fiction s finest authors, Love Unexpected A Storybook Romance is a heartwarming collection of short stories that begs the question can true love really conquer all Storybook Romance by Melanie Jacobson New York City book editor Ellie Hanover has discovered a groundbreaking manuscript that may be just what she needs to save her job But when her anonymous correspondence with the author begins to develop into than a professional relationship, Ellie is left wondering if her real find is actually Mr Right He Loves Me Notby Jennifer K Clark When Kenedee spies her boss leaving flowers on her desk, she s swept into a whirlwind of infatuation If only he didn t have a girlfriend Undeterred, the young woman enlists in the scheme her employer s brother has put in motion for the company s sake in hopes that she can win over the man of her dreams But even foolproof plans can go awry Fools of Us All by Julie Daines The course of true love is never smooth, as Jane discovers when a case of mistaken identity results in a date with the man she s admired from afar for years But she knows all too well that masquerading as her twin sister can only go on for so long before the truth comes out.

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    1. This book starts out strong with Storybook Romance. I loved Ellie and felt bad for the position she found herself in when her boss, Ed, died. I thought she handled herself well when she continued to work hard even when her new boss, Meredith, treated her so poorly. Her co-worker, Lucy, was awesome, helping her dress more fashionably and passing on leads to help her find a better job. I especially enjoyed reading her correspondence with Max. She was hesitant to let him in too much and I understoo [...]

    2. So far I've just finished the first story, A Storybook Romance by Melanie Jacobson. I loved it! It had the witty dialogue I've come to expect from Melanie Jacobson. The story was about am editor, named Ellie, who is demoted when her boss and mentor passes away. His replacement is now taking on the job of making Ellie's professional life a living hell. While sentenced to working through the 'slush pile', Ellie finds a gem of a book, but her boss won't give it a second glance because Ellie suggest [...]

    3. I loved each one of these stories--they're all short and sweetd romantic! The collection starts out with STORYBOOK ROMANCE, a story about Ellie, a NYC book editor. When her bosses passes away and a rival takes over, she has to work extra hard to keep her job. She discovers gold in the slush pile--a book that total captures her heart and soul. The emails and instant messages with Max, the author, that follow her discovery are completely priceless.I really enjoyed the banter and exchanges that Ell [...]

    4. This is a short book with three darling, romantic novellas. I'll review my favorite first because I'm biased like that. Julie Daines' "Fools of Us All," tells the story of a young woman, a twin, whose mom was in an accident that left her incapable of caring for herself. Shy, unsure Jane is mistaken for her outgoing, confident sister by a man she had a crush on in high school years ago--Mason. While my summary may seem simple, the characters are not. Jane's insecurities are real, the way she reac [...]

    5. Lovely collection of three short stories; enough information to get you hooked and not enough to really satisfy your curiosity. But I read the whole thing lickety-split, so I'm not complaining. All three stories were great, though I am a particular fan of Melanie Jacobson, so that was my favorite. Our MC works for a publisher, so that was all the more awesome. I loved that she stood up for herself and stuck to her guns. I was totally talking out loud to the book & my 3 y.o. was asking if I w [...]

    6. Today’s book is a three- in- one surprise. There are three novellas by three different authors. I’ll admit that the main draw for me was Melanie Jacobson’s story because I am the most familiar with her and her books. I love them! Her novella was my favorite but the others were really good too. You’ll be hearing no complaints from me.These books are right up my favorite fluffy alley. Give me clean romance books that leave me happy in the end and I am in Heaven. This book came in the mail [...]

    7. I wrote this and I had no idea it was coming out today. *Muppet flail!!!!* But it's right there on . That's so cool! It's a three novella collection from me and two other authors, courtesy of Covenant, and I'm not going to lie: I really, really love my story in here! It might be my favorite novella I've written.

    8. I loved Storybook romance by Melanie Jacobson. It was bright, fresh and well written. Not at all sappy but still swoony. Had the feel of You've Got Mail and references it in the story. I would give it on its own 5 stars. It gave me high hopes for the rest of the book. Unfortunately I didn't love the rest as much as that one. He Loves Me Not by Jennifer K. Clark didn't work so well for me. I didn't like the premise to start with and I wasn't feeling the transfer of Kenedee's affection from Dravin [...]

    9. With compilation books what you get is kind of hit-and-miss--ESPECIALLY in the romance genre. But, quite honestly, this was a triple-hit!I was sold by the first story, written by Melanie Jacobson, then felt like the other two almost couldn't live up to ity to be proved wrong both times! Each novella was absolutely brilliant. The characterizations were lovely--I almost felt like they were real people; friends of mine that I was reading about. I was sold by their differing life experiences and tri [...]

    10. Three short stories:Storybook Romance by Melanie Jacobson - 5 stars, loved it, the characters and dialogue were lots of fun and witty, yay for happy endingsHe Loves Me Not by Jennifer K Clark - 2.5 stars, if he's not single it's wrong, kind of predictable because there had to be a happy ending and the direction the author was heading was pointing to a train wreck so it was clear it was going another way as a 'surprise' ending, I just wasn't into this one Fools of Us All - Julie Daines - 5 stars, [...]

    11. The first and third stories we're good. the first one I'd give a 4.5. the third one I'd give a 4. and the second one I'd give a 1 star.

    12. I enjoyed the first story but not as much the other two. I have a hard time with novellas tho over all too much crammed in to fast.

    13. I was excited to find a book with stories by some of my favorite authors. I wasn't disappointed for the most part. As always, I loved that the authors kept it clean. This collection of novellas would be appropriate for any age. If authors are very good, as these are, novellas are the perfect length for snatches of stories on the go. You don't feel like you've missed out on anything by the length of the book.Storybook Romance-This one started out slow, so I put the book down and read a different [...]

    14. I wish I had borrowed it from the library rather than bought it, but I got a good deal on it and now I can gift it to someone else :)I first picked it up because Melanie Jacobsen is one of my favorite contemporary fiction/romance authors. I have always enjoyed her writing and her characters and I don't think she's ever let me down. I have a great time immersing myself in her stories and the short story in this collection wasn't an exception. In fact, I wish the whole book could have been about E [...]

    15. Three cute short stories that are sure to entertain. The first story was the most memorable. The last story has a sad undertone.

    16. Storybook Romance: I think what I loved most about this one was that it took place in the publishing world. A story about books and falling in love with a story. Ellie was a likable character from the beginning and her online interactions with Max were delightful to read. The author did a great job of creating conflict from the first page which helped me become invested in the story despite how short the story was. Novellas can be hard to write that way because you have to squeeze so much into o [...]

    17. ****4.5 stars***All three novellas in this book were well written and fun to read.The first story, Storybook Romance, was probably my favorite out of the three. I love the main character, Ellie. She was in a difficult situation. Her boss had recently passed away and his replacement was a woman who she didn't get along with. I loved how she handled her work situation, particularly an incident at the end, that you have to read to appreciate!The correspondence between Ellie and Max was fun, I looke [...]

    18. This is a short collection of three novellas that can easily be read in one day. They are light and clean by well-known LDS fiction authors. The cover is cute for Valentine's Day. Melanie Jacobson's contribution follows the saga of a New York editing professional who has just lost her boss and does NOT get along with the uppity woman taking his position. She's relegated to the small, menial tasks of a new worker and basically demoted to a slush pile minion. When a manuscript comes in written by [...]

    19. I very much enjoyed these three romance novellas from these great authors. I have read books from each of these ladies, so I was looking forward to these novellas. Each were very well written. Each read quickly and had fantastic characters. I love and appreciate clean books that have great stories, and these novellas did not disappoint. I especially liked the settings. Storybook Romance was especially fun, seeing as how being an editor would be my dream job. But, Ellie did not have my dream boss [...]

    20. 3 of my FAVORITE AUTHORS all in 1 FABULOUS BOOK!Storybook Romance by Melanie Jacobson —LOVE this story line! So FABULOUS! A supposedly one-time letter turns into an online correspondence and takes the story into a wonderland of romance. FANTASTIC TWIST at the end! WOW!He Loves Me Not by Jennifer K. Clark —So what happens when a friend tries to help a friend? Mistaken identity and misplaced feelings aboundGREAT story! A whirlwind of emotions work troubles and finally love in all the right dir [...]

    21. A fun and easy read. I have read novels by each of the authors, so I was excited to pick this one up. "Storybook Romance" was a truly unique story. I was rooting for both the main characters. "He Loves Me" was cute, but I knew from the beginning how it would end. I really wanted to slap the main character for pining away for her boss who already has a girlfriend. LAME. Otherwise, it was an easy and fun read. "Fools of Us All" was a different take on twins mistaken identity. The poor doctor-tryin [...]

    22. These were short and sweet romances. They weren't particularly compelling, but not awful either.The first story I thoroughly enjoyed and it reminded me of Rowell's ATTACHEMENTS a bit. The second story's love interest was obvious from the beginning, but I wasn't certain how it would shake out with certain confusing details (view spoiler)[ the one brother dropping off the flowers, but really being from the other and I was seriously irritated that the girl thought she should like the flower guy jus [...]

    23. Novellas are hit and miss with me. So often they are just too short to make for a believable story. However, I was VERY impressed with Storybook Romance by Melanie Jacobson (the first novella in the book). It was such an excellent, clean story that felt believable and drew me in. I really enjoyed the story and the characters, and was very satisfied with the length and pace. Well done Melanie!The other two novellas were also quite enjoyable and well-written.This is a great collection. If you like [...]

    24. I read this for Melanie Jacobson's story, and was not disappointed. I love her writing, and I love her characters! The novella is not my favorite format as I always want more, but this was a great story in a nutshell. The second one wasn't my favorite but the third story was quite a surprise. I loved that one too! I read the entire book while traveling yesterday from airport to flight to train, so it was nice to complete all of it in one day.

    25. I give only 3 stars because I liked the first story (the one that matches the title of the three novellas-in-one) Melanie Jacobsen does a great job depicting her characters and developing a great story. It felt kind of like you've got mail. The story book one was the best. The other two were fine to get me through a book less weekend, they were quick reads and slight romances, which is what I was after, they were just shallow.

    26. When I love a book I buy it so I can see it in my bookshelf and remember the story. So I can pick it up and skip to my favorite parts, so I can read it over and over when ever I need a pick me up. This is one book that I will be purchasing. I loved loved loved all three short stories. I loved the actual stories , the writing , the plots. It was one enjoyable read from beginning to end. It made me sad to see each story end. I loved it!!!

    27. These are three fun, easy-to-read, clean romance novellas. Each is written by three well-known LDS fiction authors. These are great for a quick read. I really liked the first and third stories. The middle one was a little weak. All in all, good read for those days when you're waiting at the doctor's office.

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