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I'm only sorry I can't see Austin's drawings--the sight of a curvaceous, bodacious, snake-wrangling, orange-haired superwoman must be awesome indeed. I'm sorry to leave this review in such technical terms; I come at it from a writer's perspective, and I'm really loath to leave behind any spoilers. This was a pick-me-up story about living life and finding happiness in the every day. At first I was a bit unsure of the story because the characters were hard to relate to. Austin was whiny and Blythe was over-the-top eccentric and the rest of the characters were simply unbelievable.

But over time the story seemed to relax into an entertaining read.

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It was a fun geek outlet that lent Austin depth, while serving to make the characters s This was a pick-me-up story about living life and finding happiness in the every day. It was a fun geek outlet that lent Austin depth, while serving to make the characters seem less unbelievable. Overall, this was a fun story that is sure to make you smile a few times. It was a little and entertaining read and made for an enjoyable reading experience. Sep 10, Hanako rated it did not like it Shelves: Jul 26, Kara Prem rated it liked it.

A cute easy to read book set it a quirky small Southern town are there anything but quirky small towns? I wanted to reach through the book and smack him. I loved the character of Blythe the apparently flighty waitress with an ever changing past. There is potential in the book, the ending was a bit rushed, and as I said, Austin was a douche. Aug 14, Karla rated it really liked it.

What an awesome read! Super fun story line and lots of colorful characters with personalities that take hold of you and don't let go. Sometimes we must learn to be content with where we are in life, even though it's not the most exciting all the time. May 04, Needlefingers rated it really liked it.

Maybe it's because I come from a quirky area myself, but I enjoyed the book. If anything, I wished it would have been longer. The ending felt very rushed, and I would have liked to savor it more.

I found the characters likable and the antics entertaining. Yes, there are some errors in it, so if that sort of thing bothers you, be forewarned.

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It didn't distract me from the story. Sep 26, Tim rated it liked it. This was a good book with a really good message. I thought the story was great and the interplay between Blythe and Austin was especially compelling and witty. I also liked this book because it was set in North Carolina. Nothing really wrong with this book and I would recommend it to others, it just wasn't the perfect book for me. I will, however, look for more books by this author. Aug 28, Megan rated it it was ok. Blythe is the bright spot throughout the book. Jun 20, Maria rated it it was ok.

This was a free ereader. I wasn't fond of the main female character. There didn't seem like there was a strong connection between her and the main character.

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The story was choppy in sections and the ereader had several typos. Aug 27, Carolyn Teague added it. Very light, mostly amusing book. I read it in an afternoon. Story of young, new city manager that moves to a small town in NC and the residents he encounters.

If you are looking for light, well constructed fare this is a good choice. Jun 21, Barbara rated it liked it. The story was somewhat predictable.

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I can believe the characters acted the way they did because people are just stupid. It's a quick read and the ending is worth it. Aug 15, Lindsay Ewing rated it it was ok. Different, but cute and quirky. It was a bit slow to start but picked up nicely half way through. Worth the free download for a car ride or flight or vacation. Jul 16, Jen rated it did not like it.

Not much to say, this book just wasn't for me.

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Aug 25, Lisa rated it it was ok. Scott Fitzgerald on their Southern vacation By the time I had avidly devoured it, interrupted only by several mugs of coffee, I wanted to visit Conyers, to try all the desserts at the Comfort Cafe, especially the pecan pie, and be served by that redoubtable waitress, Blythe Shelley, of THE Shelleys, related to the poet, you know; to meet the man, Austin Parker, who, yes, was always destined to win her heart, and, hopefully, become their friend. Because that's how Miss Wilson leaves us: It's somehow Shakespeare North Carolina, early twenty-first century style with a dash of F.

Scott Fitzgerald on a Southern vacation -- I'm left eagerly anticipating reading Miss Wilson's other works, and hoping there'll be a movie. The first half of the book was intriguing - good premise, interesting and realistic characters. I enjoyed getting to know the folks in Conyers a lot. However, I was disappointed with the ending of the story - it seemed predictable and a little too preachy to me.

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I read this on my Kindle my first purchase, as a matter of fact , and was a little surprised at all the typos I found - was that the device's fault, or did the proofreader take a long lunch that day? I've had other books on Kindle since reading this one, and haven't noticed the typo issues, so I sort of suspect the latter. In summary - started out strong, but ran out of steam at the end. One person found this helpful. See all 41 reviews. Most recent customer reviews. Published 23 days ago. Published 1 month ago.

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