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THE THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE ALICE PETERSON

November 9, 2015

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THE THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE ALICE PETERSON

Love may hurt, but not loving hurts even more . . .

January Wild loves her daughter, her dog and her childhood home by the sea.

Single parenting is tough, but January has no regrets. She has a job she loves, a happy home and the support of her beloved grandfather. The arrival of a new boss, however, threatens to shake up January’s safe world.

Ward Metcalfe loves great sales results and a well-run office.

Everyone at her office agrees: Ward is a soulless, corporate slave driver. Even Spud, the company mascot, dislikes him.

A secret stands between them.

Yet over time January realises first impressions aren’t always right.  Slowly she unravels more and more about her new boss, things she couldn’t  possibly  have imagined, nor expected.

MY REVIEW

It makes me feel so good when I read a book that I enjoy so much that I can’t put it down . For me personally I think that this is Alice Peterson’s best novel so far. The story will take readers through many different emotions. I was upset for January having little girl,Isla with Cerebral Palsy. Isla stays with her dad every other weekends. With January being a single parent will she find love again? Now Isla it at school January has bills to pay and decided to back to work. Everything was going well for January in her new job until her boss leaves. A new boss takes over the property firm, he made me angry the way he spoke to his staff, he is a slave-driver with an unfriendly bossy manner. Over time January finds out more about her new boss.I recommend Putting The Things We Do for Love by Alice Peterson on your Christmas List.

 

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  1. That sounds interesting, thanx for that!

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