The Nearness of You by K.G. Fletcher – Review by Maura Harper

The Nearness of YouThe Nearness of You by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I enjoyed the “Southern Promises” series written by this author so I was looking forward to getting comfortable and opening this book.

This is a book that fulfills many girls dreams. The “what if I meet that famous person, would I be able to handle myself? Be true to myself?” This story explores that theme.

The main character is a strong woman who, while not ashamed of her situation, doesn’t downplay it or use it to her advantage when talking to someone of means. She holds true to her values and doesn’t mold herself to what she thinks she should be. A nice change of pace was how nice the lead male is. Sure he’s got a great accent, is smoking hot, has a good head on his shoulders – he’s also kind and nice. They have a meet cute and the story goes on from there.

The characters are quickly developed and have all the earmarks of a classic tale. The story flows well from beginning to end and I was able to stay totally comfortable while reading this quick tale.

I recommend this book and this author.

Review by @mauraharper

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