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Henry & Me

  

Henry & Me
Sasha Clinton
July 5th 2017

 

When we were in college, Henry Stone asked me out and I shot him down in the most humiliating way possible.
He was a nerd and I was the golden girl of the theatre society, destined to make it big in Hollywood, so how could there be anything between us?


Now six years later, as an out-of-work actress who has to take on a housekeeping job to stay afloat, I run into him again—and boy, has he made it big.


As I begin to clean his house and take care of his precocious nephew, I realize how wrong I was about him. He’s sexy, smart, kind, everything I never though he would be.


But I have demons that he can’t fight. Demons that keep me away from love.


One thing’s for sure: This housekeeper-gig is going to be the hardest role of my life.

 

 

 

Gosh I had just finished a book where the male lead was such a jerk that it hurt to read and I had to give up. Then starting this book thinking … with that title and it being a “Romantic Novel” what could go wrong.

It appears … A LOT….

 

In this case it is not the male lead but the female lead that is such a superficial jerk that it really hurts. I tried reading it like a comedy but I could not keep my mind on this focus…

Let me think a moment if there was one character in that storyline that I liked …

Ahm

NO.

If I had to choose than maybe Henry would be the remotely most likeable person.

But even he was shallow – sorry.

 

And in comparison to the previous book with the male lead that was a jerk I can not even say that the storyline of this book was good. Because (sorry to say it so blunt) it wasn’t.

Or at least it wasn’t really well developed and nothing felt believable  

 

 

 

 

 

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