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FINDING LOVE'S FUTURE
by Shelley Galloway

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance

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Joanne Reece is Payton, Ohio's resident walking disaster. After a fire destroys
her shop, her life is at a standstill and her future fuzzy. To regain some
purpose, Jo makes it her mission to save a historical building from demolition.
To do this, she must compete for the city council's favor against her
ex-boyfriend, Stratton.

Slow-paced, FINDING LOVE'S FUTURE failed to win over this reviewer. The plot
never becomes interesting of its own merit and adds nothing to the romance. Jo's
constant accidents and silly haplessness come off as irritating, rather than
humorous or cute. Stratton shows some potential as a hero, but he's practically
reduced to a secondary character in his own romance.

Reading Jo and Stratton's story was like watching a TV show after missing the
previous season; too much happened outside the confines of the novel and not
enough of the characters' background was revealed to truly involve the reader.
(Feb., 182 pp., $19.95)

Reviewed By: Gina Bernal

Publisher: Avalon

Published: February 2002

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