One Good Reason
It's time to move onAny day now Jon Adamson will pack his bags and hit the road. After all, his intention was never to hang around Melbourne once he'd settled his late father's affairs. Yet he hasn't moved on. And it might have something to do with Gabby Wade. The not-so-big office manager with... show more
It's time to move onAny day now Jon Adamson will pack his bags and hit the road. After all, his intention was never to hang around Melbourne once he'd settled his late father's affairs. Yet he hasn't moved on. And it might have something to do with Gabby Wade. The not-so-big office manager with the really big attitude is making Jon's days…interesting…engaging…fun. It's impossible for him to resist her.But he knows himself—long-term commitments and cozy family dinners aren't his style. If that's what the future holds, why is he still here? And why is he spending all his days—and nights—with Gabby? Because maybe she's the one reason strong enough to make him stay.
Publish date: August 2011
Pages no: 281
Edition language: English
Series: Going Back 2 (#33)
Sarah Mayberry is my feel-good author. Every book I've read by her has left me feeling satisfied, with a smile on my face. While they aren't always amazing books, I've always found her storytelling enjoyable. One Good Reason is no exception. This one broke my heart more than usual, but I really love...
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When a story made me cry, therefore, it's a good story...and damn, this novel made me cry. A good cry over a novel never hurts sometimes...hahaha. But, why it doesn't have a five stars? I really don't know, but it felt like it lacks something and I can't really point that out, maybe because I haven'...