Georgia Beers Books; Starting From Scratch e-book Author: Georgia Beers; eBook bundle: PDF, Mobi and ePub; Publisher: Brisk Press (January, ). Starting From Scratch by Georgia Beers PDF, ePub eBook D0wnl0ad. My name is Avery King and I'm probably a lot like you. I'm a year-old. By Georgia Beers Starting From Scratch [Paperback] by Georgia Beers PDF, ePub eBook D0wnl0ad. From reader reviews.
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Georgia Beers is the author of nine novels of lesbian romance, one novella, and several short Georgia Beers Author cover image of Starting from Scratch. Lambda and Golden Crown Literary Award-winning author Georgia Beers brings to you her Starting from Scratch where life is what you make it. Release Date February 19, ISBN File Formats epub, mobi, pdf. I'd love the epub version of The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle! Anyone have any of the below georgia beers books? Starting from Scratch - Georgia Beers.
Reviewed by Bethany Younge. Georgia Beers writes a dang good story. You know that when you pick up one of her books you are going to get a quality story with interesting characters that have dynamite chemistry. She is an absolute ice-queen that is cold and aloof. Since her mother has decided to retire, Addison has increased her workload with no breaks, zero fun, and life that is nothing but work, emails and phone calls. What this does is takes a toll on her health and leaves everyone who loves her petrified.
Katie Coper is the exact opposite of Addison. She has a magnetic personality that draws people to her. She lovable, cheerful and radiates positivity.
Katie has every reason to be down on her luck but she still has that sunny disposition. Katie recently gave up a job she loved in the tech sector to take a part-time nanny position watching pre-school twins. Her father had been diagnosed with early onset dementia and Katie put her career on hold to move in with her parents to help be there for both of them during this trying time.
After a while, the bills pile up and Katie needs to help with the financial load, when her bestie at Fairchild offers her a well-paying personal assistant job to the distant Addison, Katie has no choice but to jump at the opportunity.
Katie has big ideas of how to help her new boss but Addison is hesitant to change anything. These two butt heads, but as their time together increases they begin to see each other in a new light. The walls fall, and perceptions fall away. The chemistry between these two is seriously dynamic and sexy. I adored this book. The two mains were written beautifully and the whole opposites attracts thing is always a winner in my book.
Loved the amped up tension with some angst! The connection between Addison and Katie is palpable.
You can feel the chemistry coming right off the page. Loved it! My first Georgia Beers novel and I hope it won't be my last. I'm relatively new to LGBT and if this is the quality of writing, I shall be investigating the genre a little more.
A classic tale of opposites attract and so a little predictable, but none the less enjoyable for that. Give it a try. Reviewed by MIck Arnold. This is a Georgia Beers story.
That ought to be enough convincing to read the book. This woman writes a damn good story. Like her books are a safe space for me. Genuinely good content and an assurance of a great read. The characters were amazing and there were a lot of nice supporting characters as well Fun times.
Reviewed by Nidhishri S. A well paced and deftly written romance, as you would expect from Ms Beers, who has a long pedigree of quality romances.
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Forced to work together, Addison and Kate discover that opposites really do attract. Cover Artist: Ann McMan.
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Add to wishlist. You Might Also Like. One Walk in Winter. Enemies to Lovers Romance. Right Here, Right Now. Run to You. A Puppy Love Romance Book 2. Too Close to Touch. City Kitty and Country Mouse. A good book with strong characters, a touching subplot and a healthy dose of sex. We made it! To his credit, he allowed all of it. I think he liked it.
The weather was bland.
Not warm. Not cold. No sun, but no rain. It would be a long day, but that was all right. Today would be dedicated to e-filing the remaining tax returns I had left on my computer and making sure Mary got to the post office to mail out any other things that needed to be postmarked before they closed at seven.
As I did every year, I stopped on my way in to get some flowers for Mary for putting up with me for the past three months. I also grabbed a dozen donuts, smiling the whole time, being endlessly cheerful. I think the girl behind the counter thought I was a little bit insane.