Juliana Anderson is perfectly content running her bed and breakfast in small town Massachusetts; she doesn't think there's room in her life for romance or adventure, and she's okay with that...until a handsome, rugged stranger arrives at the B&B and offers her everything that she never knew she wanted. In Future Perfect, Brockmann delivers the kind of straight-up conte...more
A guest who is writing a book has booked a room for 6 weeks. His name is Webster Donavan. Juliana is ready to hate him on site since he does not show up on the appointed evening and she stayed up late waiting for him. It turns out he had car trouble.
Once Webster gets some sleep, it is game on. He h ...more
This book is near perfect. This book was original released in 1993 and for all intensive purposes was not updated with the modern tech toys that we have now and frankly, it doesn't need it. Its a love story between two people that don't trust love but end up ...more
3.5* for narration by Patrick Lawlor
There was nothing and no one in this story to make the reader actually care. Juliana is, in a word, pissy. Webster is appealing except for this one huge lapse in judgement--for some unknown reason he falls head-over-heels in love with Juliana--who, as I think I mentioned, is pissy.
Then there is the part at the end ***Spoiler Warning***
(view spoiler)[ where Web says ugly things to her after she's hurt him badly, and she refuses to forgive him. She ...more
I liked the story. I liked seeing the evolution of their relationship and I liked the end that not everything was magically worked out. There were still some issues and some room for ...more
This story reminds me, in some ways, of Brockmann's other book Body Language. The story is simple, but so sweet. And that's the word that came to mind after finishing Future ...more
Juliana and her great aunt own and rum a B&B. Webster has come there in order to write his 2n ...more
Neither of them is looking for love. Juliana has been hurt before and Web doesn't even believe in love. At first the attraction is physical but soon they come to love each other because of who they both are. But the cou ...more
Future Perfect by Suzanne Brockmann
Julianna Anderson, bed and breakfast owner with historical period costumes makes meals with longtime ovens.
Webster Donovan, writer was a guest at the B&B. Although late arriving but staying for 6 weeks, Julianna though he was rather rude for not even calling to say he'd be late.
She realized how enticing he was when he had bumped into her before she crashed into the very expensive bowl that adorned a corner table.
Alesha is her aunt that also owns the B&B ...more
The insight into a writer's world was terrific and improves when SB explains her craft (maybe it's fiction, I don't know) with Letters to Kelly.
I'm not sure I'm ready for Born to Darkness. The excerpt didn't do anything for me or I mis ...more
This was an awesome book with very little sex in it and nothing hardcore. It was a lovely story about finding love and forgiveness. I highly recommend this book to all and I will be keeping this on my read agin list.
Published since 1993, Suzanne is widely recognized as one of the leading voices in suspense romanc ...more