Read from May 05 to 10, 2014 — I own a copy, read count: 1
Synopsis: Billie Williams belongs to a rare breed – she’s a female mechanic. Though happy with her life, she is not as independent as she believes and in her heart she knows something is missing. When Zac Jarvis walks into her garage, they are shocked to meet by chance eighteen years after the abrupt end to their teenage friendship. Zac is a man trying to cope with a tragedy. Dare she risk loving someone with so much baggage? Can he learn to love again?
Bookish things: 230 pages. The cover is an apt introduction to the story. More sweet than sizzling, Finding Billie is for those who like the sweeter things in life.
Recommended for: People who like their romance sweet and sex scenes to a bare minimum.
I also dropped a star from my rating because of the ‘coincidences’ that occurred that were a little too perfect. I would have liked a little more mystery or suspense in Billie and Zac working things out, rather than the perfect answer occurring right when they needed it.
Minor issues mostly, but given the romance was sweet instead of sexy I couldn’t give it more than a 3 out of 5.
A few things I noticed:
41% – …want to let him to(delete to) go
65% – shed (she’d) probably hit on him too…
91% – put them on (the) computer.
**Note: I received an electronic copy of this book in return for an honest review.**