Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Review - The "She" Stands Alone By Nadine C. Keels

Published: July 29th 2014

She can't seem to catch any guy's notice for anything. No, a pick-up pitch from a stranger gawking at her around Pump #2 at the gas station doesn't count. And that attractive salesman at the one-stop-for-all-you-want store in town shouldn't have been flirting with her in the first place, being ultra customer-friendly in an establishment notorious for its pathetic customer service.

Now, is this young woman's dateless predicament unfixable? Not in the least. New plan: Sheridan Jones is going to date herself.

I received this Novelette directly from the author in exchange for an honest review.

The "She" Stands Alone is a quick, fun read that kept me entertained and turning the pages.

The main character Sheridan is a strong, independent woman who decides to date herself after a failed relationship. The "She Stands Alone" tells us you need to be good to yourself, comfortable in who you are and independent before you can commit yourself to someone else and open your heart to love.

I loved the concept of this Novelette and was excited to have the opportunity to read it and was not disappointed. An enjoyable read with a great message. 

Rating: 4/5

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