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ROMeANTICALLY CHALLENGED - Marina Adair

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By Marina Adair

  • Release Date: 2020-07-28
  • Genre: Romantic Comedy
Score: 4
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Amazon Best Romance of the Month 
Publishers Marketplace BuzzBooks: ROMANCE 2020-2021 pick
Fresh Fiction Fresh Pick

“Fun, flirty, and fresh!”
—Jill Shalvis, New York Times bestselling author

 
A witty, sexy, and charming story from the #1 National Bestselling author of the St. Helena Vineyard series that fans of Emily Henry, Jen DeLuca, and Kate Clayborn will adore.
 
Growing up the lone Asian in a community of WASPs, Annie has always felt out of place.  Her solution?  Start a family of her own. Not easy when every man she’s dated, including her ex-fiancé, finds “his person” right after breaking up with Annie. Even worse than canceling the wedding eight weeks beforehand?  Learning the “other woman” plans to walk down the aisle wearing her wedding gown. New plan—find a fresh, man-free start. Too bad her exit strategy unexpectedly lands her working at a hospital in Rome, Rhode Island, rather than Rome, Italy, and sharing a cabin with a big, brooding, and annoyingly hot male roommate.
 
Home on medical leave after covering a literally explosive story in China, investigative photojournalist Emmitt embarks on his most important assignment—cementing his place in his daughter’s life. Three men and a baby might work in the movies, but with a stepdad and devoted uncle competing for Paisley’s attention, Emmitt has lost his place at the family table. Then there’s the adorably sexy squatter in his cabin, who poses another problem, one he’d very much like to solve up close and personal. But he can’t win—Annie has sworn off men, Paisley’s gone boy crazy, and Emmitt’s estranged father reappears with a secret that changes everything.
 
Annie and Emmitt are about to discover love comes in many forms, and sometimes the best families are the ones we make.

“Marina Adair is a breath of fresh air…Don't miss a word from this magnificent author!”Darynda Jones, New York Times bestselling author
 
“Fans of Jill Shalvis and Susan Mallery will enjoy the modern family dynamic and small-town atmosphere.”
—Booklist

 
“An adorable, fun new contemporary romance series. Delightful.”
Library Journal

“A hilarious romantic comedy”
—Bookpage

 
“A delight…entertaining, endearing, and realistic.”
—Frolic

 
"A true gem."
—Fresh Fiction

 

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  • Make Shift Family

    5
    By Agent$$$$
    Where to start...Marina Adair is a MASTER with combing words and emotions! You’re laughing one minute with Annie and Emmitt’s banter, then totally crushed because Emmitt is sooo lost. The despair is palatable. Like Annie, he doesn’t feel as though he belongs in his own family. He is loved, but feels as though he’s on the outside looking in. Annie, having been adopted at birth, also KNEW she was loved—although not always supported by her parents. She just didn’t know how and where she fit in. She was Vietnamese raised by white parents. When she was around other Vietnamese, she was treated as though she didn’t belong. She spoke, knew very little of her native language or dishes and was considered too Americanized. But she didn’t quite fit in with other American girls either. Annie was also unlucky in love. She always ended up choosing the guys who found their “soulmates” immediately after or while she was dating them. She longed for a feeling of belonging and only wanted someone to love the real her—without her changing who she was. So, Annie accepts a position to work in a hospital in Rome—thinking it’s Rome, Italy. Its’ not! But what she finds there may be all she ever dreamed of and more... Emmitt, an investigative photojournalist, was the “fun, cool dad”. He was always leaving for the next “big” story, until he was almost killed while on assignment. Forced to take time off, Emmitt returns to his hometown of Rome, Rhode Island. There he finds, who he believes is a squatter, a woman living in his home. Come to find out, his family rented out his home without his knowledge. Emmitt doesn’t have the heart to evict Annie, so he decides to make her life miserable in hopes that she’ll willingly leave. The more Emmitt gets to know Annie, the more fascinated he is with her. Sure, he’d like to sleep with her, but he finds he truly enjoys her company. Loved, loved, loved this story! Very realistic and relatable. Emotions were all over the place. I’m a nurse and loved how the charge nurse stood up for Annie, then accepted her into her little group while still giving her a hard time. Emmitt and Chloe’s banter, Emmitt placing the recliner in front of her bedroom door...hilarious! I loved and hated Paisley’s surly attitude—very much in line with a true teenager who’s suffered great loss. The Three Men and a Baby (teenager) parallel was seen throughout the story. The “daily” dads were pretty tough on Emmitt, but they were also scared of losing Paisley. I also enjoyed reading Annie’s perspective on adoption as my nephews were adopted from birth. Highly enjoyable story! I read a gifted copy and all opinions stated are my own.
  • Everything I Hoped For

    5
    By User171741
    I loved every second of this book. The characters are interesting and well-developed. I had to put the book down in order to get sleep and go to work and the whole day was excruciating. All I wanted to do was rush home and finish reading. Then once I finished the book, I just wanted more. I am so excited that this is going to be a series. I fell in love with the characters and I fell in love with this little town and I cannot wait to see how things play out for the secondary character as the series goes on. I loved Adair's writing style, it was easy to get lost in the story from the first chapter. I felt the highs and the lows, the fun and the heartbreak all so strongly. My favorite thing about this genre is that you know the characters are going to get their happy endings, but there is real heartache in this story, real issues that these characters are dealing with and working hard to resolve. There were a few times the book got thrown across the room, which to me, is the ultimate sign of a great novel.
  • Sweet, Honest and Funny!

    5
    By KindleKat64
    Hooray for this wonderful start to this new series by Marina Adair! This book evoked so many emotions in me and I really enjoyed it. I laughed, I cried, I swooned, and felt all of the feelings I love to catch in a good romance book. It’s a sweet, emotional, honest, funny, frustrating and very thoughtful story that is about so much more than two people falling in love. In fact that takes quite some time and is probably one of the slowest burns I’ve ever read, but it honestly fit so well with the situation. Anh Ni or Annie as she goes by and Emmitt butt heads almost from the instant they meet but you know what they say about that fine line. Anh struggles with fitting in as a Vietnamese woman who was raised by a white family in the US and being estranged from her culture. She has also just been dumped by her fiancé. Emmitt struggles for a place in his daughter Paisley’s world/heart because he hardly ever sees her due traveling for his job and feels like he is competing with the two other father figures in her life after the death of her mom. With seemingly nothing in common on the surface, watching these two extremely complex people navigate through the day to day and all the challenges thrown at them was an absolute joy to read! I look forward to more in this new series set in a fictional town in RI.