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Blog Tour - Three Little Words Review and Giveaway

About the book: The road to true love never did run smooth, but a few bumps along the way make it all the more thrilling. This timeless truth is showcased in Three Little Words, a charming compilation of short stories written by a trio of popular LDS romance novelists. Readers are invited to follow the journeys of three young women as they encounter love where they least expect it.

Rescuing Bailey by Jennie Hansen

For as long as she can remember, Bailey has loved the boy next door. But despite her feelings, his schedule and his little brother keep getting in the way. Will her childhood crush finally blossom into something real, or will she discover that true love is waiting just around the corner?

Three Little Words by K.C. Grant

The bet is simple: Elizabeth, a speech therapist, has three days to teach a country bumpkin with a drawl as thick as molasses how to speak like a gentleman. But as she gets to know her charming student, it soon becomes clear that there may be more to him than meets the ear.

A Crying Shame by Aubrey Mace

Cassidy is in love with the idea of love, though after her most recent breakup, the possibility of finding Mr. Right seems hopeless. But when she meets a handsome classmate in her painting class, she may end up learning more about chemistry than about art.

My review:This book was great! I love the way each of these novellas are, you can read the whole thing in a very short amount of time. That way you don't feel like you're stopping in the middle of something when you have to go do something else. Each of these are a well-written, clean, fun romance story that will leave you wanting more.

Rescuing Baily by Jennie Hansen was a cute book, I loved Baily, I felt her pain when in the first chapter the man she's had her heart set on for pretty much her whole growing up years is engaged to one of the girls who was always unkind to her in high school, leaving her yet again to be dropped on his younger brother, Gunter. I loved the way that Gunter was always there for Baily, doing things like picking her up from the airport, getting her food, really just noticing the little things that needed to be done for her. I thought that it was a bit crazy that Baily never really noticed or thought that those things could mean that he cared for her as more than just the girl next door. This is a cute love story that will leave you wanting more! 

Three Little Words by K.C. Grant had me laughing as Elizabeth took on a challenge from her roommates to help a man of their choosing learn to speak properly. I love that you know that he isn't really as country bumpkin as he seems, but she has no idea. She thinks he's just a hick from Texas. I thought that it was pretty funny that he had to keep up the ruse for the whole story as well. This is another cute love story that will keep you laughing the whole time you're reading.

Aubrey Mace's A Crying Shame had me feeling concerned for Cassidy from the start. She's a young woman who never cries, but when she tells her current boyfriend that she loves him and he doesn't respond, she starts and doesn't really stop. I thought the scene in Baskin Robbins with the ice cream was really clever. And I loved that her best friend, Elle, was not willing to take no for an answer and drug her to a painting class. And then she tricks her into sitting by Max, the cute guy they stole seats from. It only gets more cute from there. I really liked the way Max wasn't trying to push her into something, but still left her a way to contact him if she felt so inclined.

This is a cute book that you will love reading! It's perfect for this chilly time of year, so curl up with a blanket, a bag of popcorn and some hot chocolate!

I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. 

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