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Great-Aunt Sophia's Lessons for Bombshells by Lisa Cach
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Aug 07, 2012

it was amazing
Read in August, 2012

Say Goodnight Gracie
Grace Cavanaugh is a woman that has spent so much time in her head, that she has forgotten that there is a body attached. She wants the fairytale, complete with tall dark stranger; but has no idea that she has the goods needed to snag him. Let alone a clue about how to sell said goods.
Grace is a very deep pool, and all she needs is a man that is brave enough to tread her waters.
The thing that makes Grace readable is the fact that she is open to the changes that are set before her.
She may be insecure and shaking in her boots, but she is going to tackle whatever challenges come her way with spirit, conviction, humor, and (true to her name) GRACE.

Sophia...Sophia...Sophia
This is one classy broad. That said, she has more tricks up her sleeve than Chris Angel. She is like the Professor Higgins to Grace's Eliza Dolittle. It is so much fun to watch her manipulate the players in this little drama; all the while appearing "as harmless as a little lamb". It quickly becomes crystal clear that this beauty has more than enough brains to challenge Grace's views on male-female relationship dynamics and about herself. The question remains however...

Will Grace pass the test?

The Good Guy vs. The Badd Boy
The handsome and charismatic Declan O'Brien has no problem getting into the pants any woman that he wants.
What Declan does have a problem with however, is that Grace Cavannaugh is not just any woman. As he watches the rose of her womanhood bloom before him; he finds that he is drawn to her as a bee to honey.

Can she see through the wrapping through the true gift within?
Can he?

Dr. Andrew is the quiet, caring, shy, (ooooh he's a doctor for the love of....)
He's also the other player in this game of hearts.
The thing to remember about the "good doctor"?
If something appears too good to be true...

This is a true feel good read and proof that "beauty is in the eyes and heart of the beholder".

If you like Sophie Kinsella, you are sure to love this book.

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Lisa Cach
“You can't go through life striking out at people who hurt or scare you. All that does is show them that you're weak. It tells them that they've wounded you, and a strong woman never shows her wounds unless it serves a purpose.”
Lisa Cach, Great-Aunt Sophia's Lessons for Bombshells

Lisa Cach
“Beautiful things should not be kept behind glass, they should be used. Just as beautiful women should live fully and not let herself turn into a hothouse flower, pampered and useless.”
Lisa Cach, Great-Aunt Sophia's Lessons for Bombshells

Lisa Cach
“Knowledge is always worth more than innocence. Or ignorance.”
Lisa Cach, Great-Aunt Sophia's Lessons for Bombshells


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