Title:Mr. Right There All Along
Pub Date:2 August 2011
Author: Jackie Braun
‘Mr. Right There All Along’ is not a bad book, but it doesn’t really sit well with me because I love heroine who are strong and confident about themselves. The heroine in this book is nothing about that and she let her insecurities that have been rooted since high school rules her life.
The storyline is also very slow, and I did not appreciate the fact that not much seduction have been done on the hero’s part to get into her good books. I think the hero ought to be more proactive in his endeavor. He is not exactly the typical Harlequin hero.
I rate this book 3 out of 5 stars. I received an ARC of this book from Harlequin publisher via Netgalley. I was not required to give a positive review for this book.
Could her best friend be her best match?
The one thing Chloe McDaniels has always depended on is her friendship with Simon Ford. Even if itâ€™s been tough thinking of the gorgeous guy who makes her heart flutter as just a friend! But now, with their upcoming high school reunion dredging up memories of bullies and broken hearts, she needs him more than ever.
As Chloe plans to unveil her new-and-improved self, Simon creates a plan of his own.
Step One: Show her that love is worth the risk.
Step Two: Give her the happy-ever-after she deserves.