Better in the Morning – Review
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Veronica Buccino has a plan: marry John DelMonico and quit her soul-sucking job as a lawyer. And when he tells her he has big news, she’s certain he’ll pop the question. But instead of proposing, John informs her that he’s moving to London. Heartbroken, Veronica feels lost. Salvatore and Antoinette, her dead grandparents, begin to visit her dreams in an attempt to steer her in the right direction. At their suggestion, Veronica takes a news reporting class, which leads to a challenging freelance assignment covering a conspiracy trial. She also begins dating an unlikely suitor: creative Syd Blackman. Just when her love life and career are looking up, Veronica is tossed back to square one by an event that makes her question all her new choices.
Hurricane Veronica took me by storm!
I was a tad confused by the first chapter, as it was told that her grandparents were dead. But she was seeing them. But once I remembered the blurb, and their appearance, I gobbled up the rest of the story!
Better in the Morning is a cute and fluffy read. It kept me smiling, and her grandparents were a hoot! They made the story come alive, rather just a telling novel. On the outside, this book appears to be just another chick-flick. But it’s so much more than that!
At times, Veronica was frustrating, but during the non-frustrating moments is when I adored her even more. She is a relate-able character, down to wasting time on the job. Which, let’s be real, all of us have done at one point or another.
I look forward to seeing what Fern comes up with next!
*I received a copy from the author, in exchange for my honest review.
Fern Ronay has lived in Manhattan, Chicago, and now sunny Los Angeles with her husband, but she will always consider herself a Jersey girl. She is working on her next novel.
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- August 4, 2016
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