Playing Cupid (Heavenly Bites Novella #3)

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Free-spirit Aimee Beasley’s plans to match her widowed grandmother up with a distinguished elderly gentleman hit a snag when she learns he’s the uncle of their downstairs neighbor, grim Doyle Berkely, a man with whom Aimee butts heads on a regular basis. But in the process of nudging her grandmother’s romance along, Aimee uncovers a softer side to Doyle that may lead to some romance of her own... More

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About Christine S. Feldman

Christine S. Feldman writes both novels and feature-length screenplays, and, to her great delight, she has placed in screenwriting competitions on both coasts—and has even won a couple of them. In 2012 one of her screenplays was featured as a staged reading in New York City at the Gotham Screen International Film Festival (http://www.gsiff.com/content/staged-screenplay-reading-1), and later that same year she signed her first publishing contract. When she is not writing, she is teaching kindergarten, puttering around in her garden, ballroom dancing with her husband, or doing research for her next project.

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Review by: Leelou Cervant on April 06, 2015 :
I came across this book by chance and found the description intriguing. After enjoying the sample, I quickly purchased the entire story. Being a writer myself, it usually takes a lot to pull me away from my own work, but Playing Cupid did so with surprising ease. It was very much like watching a movie. The premise was sweet and the characters realistic and entertaining. I have always had a soft spot for brooding, reserved males with secret hurts lingering in their eyes (I think most of us women do:)), and Miss Aimee Beasley was a wonder to follow—plucky, funny, down-to-earth, and absolutely adorable. Of course, none of this would be the case had the author been a less skilled writer, so much kudos to Feldman. I will surely be checking-out the remainder of her works, and I recommend Playing Cupid to anyone seeking a good laugh and a heartwarming tale.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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