Saturday, November 26, 2016

The Rules of Love and Grammar by Mary Simses

What do an old bicycle, a Hollywood director, a room full of orchids, and an unpublished screenplay have in common? The answer is Grace Hammond, a computer translation proofer by trade, who is visiting her parents and hanging out with her best friend in her Connecticut hometown due to being temporarily – she hopes – jobless, homeless, and dumped. Will an old high school rival spoil her stay? Will she figure out the difference between a spoke wrench and a track cog? How will she decide between the three men she’s interested in? More importantly, will she come to terms with the most painful event in her past? Find out what makes Grace tick and what she ultimately wants in this charming contemporary romance. Author Simses achieves a very good balance of humor and drama in this, her second novel.

[If you enjoy this, you may also wish to try The Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop and Cafe, also by Mary Simses.]

[ official Rules of Love and Grammar page on the official Mary Simses web site ]

Recommended by Becky W.C.
Walt Branch Library

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