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Book Review: The Unwanted Assistant by Evangeline Kelly

Title: The Unwanted Assistant

Author: Evangeline Kelly

Series: None

Published: March 7, 2018

Page Length: 282 Pages

 

Book Summary:

Billionaire Sawyer Drake made it abundantly obvious he didn’t want an assistant. Traumatized by a fatal accident, he stayed to himself, shunned human contact, and would rather die than open up to another person—much less a beautiful college woman. His inner wounds ran deeper than the scars on his face.

When Ivy Wolfe ran away to Alabama to nurse a broken heart, the last thing she expected was to fall in love again. She needed a job to support her college expenses, and even though the salary for an assistant position in the home of a billionaire appeared too good to be true, she ignored the red flags and charged ahead.

With insecurities of her own to overcome, she found working for a self-absorbed recluse much harder than she anticipated. Determined to get through to Sawyer, Ivy wrote a letter that would change the course of their relationship.

But finding love with Sawyer was like playing with fire. Would she regret the day she hired on as his assistant? Or would she find the love of her life?

 

This one came through as a recommendation on author Victorine Lieske newsletter. I enjoy her books and this had good reviews so I gave it a try.

First off this is very a very Christian book so if religious references bother you then this isn’t for you. Ther were parts of this that did not feel believable. And there are some editing errors. Thankfully I was able to set all of that aside and enjoy this story.

I appreciate that this was a clean read and had a unique take on the Beauty and the Beast story. The characters both had issues from their past and neither fit the classic archetype of a typical hero & heroine. The hero was physically scared and the heroine didn’t have the perfect figure. I enjoyed the fact that while still somewhat predictable this was not the cookie cutter type story I usually find in this genre.

Rating: 4 Stars

Content: Clean

Source: Kindle Unlimited

2018: #54