Working On It

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Meet Rebecca Banks. Intelligent. Inexperienced. In trouble. She wants someone who already has the perfect girlfriend. But when Evan decides to end his long-term relationship, will Rebecca be brave enough to take a chance on him? Can he see past her shortcomings? Can she? Rebecca’s got a long list of flaws. But she’s working on it. More
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About Cass Alexander

Cass Alexander is the pen name of a Southern born and bred public school teacher. Her brother, who insists she address him as, The Prince of Darkness, gave her the nom de plume after warning her that her book’s content may scar her sons for life.

She’s a connoisseur of fine humor, hilarious insults, and all things chocolate, preferably dark (like her humor). Oh, and wine. Let’s not forget the wine. Cass also enjoys running. It’s become crucial to her survival, due to her consumption of wine and chocolate.

Cass’s mission in life is to spread the love and the laughter, goodness knows it’s needed. It’s why she wrote The Persimmon Series.

She and her family now reside in the Midwest, where hardly anyone other than Cass says the words, y’all and holler.

That is all. For now.

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Angel Ramon reviewed on on Jan. 8, 2017

This is the first attempt for this young author and boy did she impressed. Each character has their own personalities, which is what you expect for a romantic comedy. However, the way it is written you feel like you're actually in the story yourself, after all, who hasn't had that girl/boy we were crazy about. I'm still out with my girl now, I get a peek into my past and I can relate a bit to Evan one of the main characters in the story. Although my idea of a romance story is much more extreme as seen in my books, but it's nice to read a romance story that is more down to earth. I still don't plan to write any books in this genre, but Cass has opened me to reading more books in the genre. Excellent job Cass and keep it up, don't slack! :)
(reviewed 38 days after purchase)

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