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Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Book Review: The Cubicle Next Door
Jackie is a no nonsense kind of woman. She hasn’t gotten over 30 without knowing how to avoid relationships she wants no part of. But when the administration of her building divides her cubicle and puts Joe in the opposite office, nothing will ever be the same.
I am pretty picky when it comes to books with humor. Usually it is nailed or it just comes off as trying too hard. But this book was perfect!
Jackie is the perfect heroine. She is unique, funny and has a dry sense of humor that keeps the reader turning pages as fast as possible. The chemistry between Joe and Jackie was fabulous. Her pushing away and Joe determined to worm his way into her heart.
The only thing I didn’t like, was the issue of divorce and remarriage. I didn’t think that was an issue that needed to be addressed the way it was in the book and it affected how I liked the ending. Though the book was still fabulous, I would have liked it better if it hadn’t brought up a certain sticky situation.
If you like a rip- roaring comedy, a heroine who struggles, but shows humor in every moment and a to die for hero, this book is perfect for you! I loved it and wish it had never ended!
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