The Love Notes by Jennifer Griffith

July 14, 2020 | 1 Comment
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The Love Notes by Jennifer GriffithThe Love Notes
Author: Jennifer Griffith
Series: Forever Home Romance #1
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 105
Date: July 14, 2020
Publisher: Indie

A high school reunion. A stack of anonymous love notes from a decade ago. A chance at love.

Software designer and Tansy Taylor has spent the last decade proving she’s not the robotics nerd she used to be in high school. A successful business, a pile of confidence, and a whole new look—she’s shattered any expectations her classmates once held. Why is she so nervous to attend the reunion she’s been organizing?

Oh, yeah. Bridger Carrigan will be there.

And he’s single.

And she’s been carrying both a torch and the secret notes he wrote her ever since high school—notes he didn’t know at the time he was exchanging with the class geek with braces, frizzy hair, and a perpetual chocolate milk mustache.

Seeing him again could go well, considering. Or it could be round two of her crash and burn crush on the star-athlete with the secret wound her encouraging notes were meant to salve. Especially since his ex-girlfriend is newly single and anxious to get her claws back into him.

Rating: Mild+. Mild kissing; mild sensuality.


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About Jennifer Griffith

Jennifer is a wife and a mom of five weathering the chaos by writing escapist fiction. Jennifer has no plans to write the Great American Novel. She’d rather compose what someone would read on a rainy afternoon with a cup of cocoa, or sitting on a beach chair while the waves crash. Light, frothy, gone.

One response to “The Love Notes by Jennifer Griffith

  1. Maria

    ** spoiler alert ** Second chance romance is one of my favorite tropes in romance. I was really glad to see these two get their second chance as their first chance was never really a chance at all. Bridger didn’t even know who he had fallen in love with since it was all in secret notes. Had he not truly treasured those notes they never would have lasted until their class reunion. It showed that he did have real feelings for the woman he didn’t know. And the fact that he actually admired her on some level in high school shows there was attraction there and not just in the notes of friendship. It worked on both levels.

    One of the most interesting elements of this story is perception. Tansy viewed herself as the high school nerd that no one liked and everyone bullied though she didn’t think of it as bullying at the time. To learn what people really thought of her was eye opening. She continued to see herself as the “loser” at her reunion even though she is a successful business woman. People there still abused her as we still had the “mean girl” characters that hadn’t outgrown their high school immaturity and some of the slimy guys were horrible in their treating her like a piece of meat to be chomped on to satisfy their hunger. I thought it was interesting that it wasn’t until she stood up for herself instead of letting them treat her as a second class citizen that Queenie suddenly became her advocate and helper instead of bossing her around. Interesting dynamics going on.

    Sex: some innuendo
    Language: no
    Violence: no
    *I received a complimentary copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.

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