Book: Maybe Too Good To Be True by Christy McKeecategories: Book, Love Stories, Mature Adults, Vermont, Lake Champlain, Marriage, Family, Contemporary Romance
Christy McKeeabout this book: This story is about understanding what we believe about ourselves and why. It's owning up to the positive and negative influences that mold us and learning to rise above them and let them go. Too often a lack of resources is the patent excuse for not taking your shot in life. This is the story of a young woman who truly has it all but let's a past of abuse and manipulation over shadow a future brimming with possibilities and a man who loves her for all the right reasons.
Gabrielle March told her friends if she ever won the lottery, she would start her own video production company. Usually adding, "If I only had the money nothing could stop me." In reality Ms. March is lying through her teeth. She receives a lottery size sum of money among other major perks as restitution, but her doubt, low self esteem and her preconceived ideas as to where she "fits" in the world, threaten to sabotage her incredibly good fortune and her dreams. It's not really all about the money; it's never been about the money, and that fact just slapped her square in the face.
• "Christy McKee is a new author to me but I can guarantee this will not be the last I read of her. An interesting and fun ride, McKee made a standard romance funny and utterly romantic. The story is wonderful, but truly the characters are a masterpiece. Gabrielle and Pierce are so fun to watch as they grow and change while fighting their attraction every step of the way. The pacing was perfect, it moved quickly, but I think the gem of the book are the truly unique, original and frankly fun characters. A great story that I definitely recommend!"
— Review from The Brunette Librarian September 5, 2012
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