Just Jorie review Ë 3

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Just Jorie review Ë 3 Ú ➷ Just Jorie Free ➭ Author Robin Alexander – Gwairsoft.co.uk Some believe that special someone is out there just waiting to be found Jorie Andolini is one of those people and has spent a lot of time envisioning that moment She bumps into a woman at a grocery st Some believe that special someone is out there just waOund a man she wanted to commit to It comes as a surprise that in fact it is a woman who stirs those desires For Lena it’s not really a matter of sexuality it’s just JorieTravel the road to happiness with Jorie and Lena Two crazy old women meddling friends and cattitude are just some sights you’ll see along the wa. After reading Alexander's Ticket 1207 I was about to write her off as an author but some of the positive reviews for this one made me decide to try her out again I'm glad I did because I did enjoy this one but I wasn't overwhelmedA big part of my problem with this one was that the MCs felt very juvenile Ok I get that everyone needs to let off steam once in a while but these two felt like they were constantly acting like they were 18 and 20 not 38 and 40 Alexander was going for funny and cute but it came across to me as just juvenile in many ways and that really turned me off from enjoying this one Constant talk of candy juvenile antics like sticking Milk Duds and straws on their teeth watching Shrek in the hotel room etc just felt too young and immature It was too much for meSide characters Grams and Aunt C were funny at times and definitely provided a change of pace to the normal lesfic romance troupe but they also rubbed me wrong in ways I can see how some would find them funny but I found Aunt C's speech to just be rude at times not endearing I loved how Lena's character just accepted her newfound sexual attraction without freaking out or feeling ashamed but why couldn't the two characters act a little mature and talk through things as adults instead of magically U Hauling The relationship between these two mains could have been so much better and even with their immaturity I liked them together It just kills me so much that I'll repeat it this one could have been so much better Kudos to Alexander for skipping the whole 80% angsty breakup and then immediate resolution and HEA though35 stars rounded down to 3 for immaturity

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Some believe that special someone is out there just waiting to be found Jorie Andolini is one of those people and has spent a lot of time envisioning that moment She bumps into a woman at a grocery store the woman drops a can of peas Jorie picks it up their eyes meet and two souls connect But it’s actually a wasted tr. I'm in the minority on my feelings for this one My conclusion is that this is an okay read I didn't love it and in fact I didn't even like it all that much at times but found there to be some good aspectsI'll get out of the way what I didn't like the dialogue I know it's the same exact dialogue that everyone raves about but seriously it grates on me to no end It bugged me so much I actually stopped reading the book awhile back and only picked it up again after a long breakWhat do I hate about it My problem is that it doesn't feel like real conversation and if it is I wouldn't want to spend time with that person so it irks me I think this author focuses on her dialogue and uses it as one of her hallmarks so the fact that it doesn't feel natural makes me feel dissatisfied We get fairly long monologues of dialogue that are supposed to serve the purpose of the characters getting to know each otherbut what's super strange to me is that a character will talk to reveal all of this information about themselves and the other one doesn't even respond or have a reaction to what was said They just launch into their own long monologue that may or may not be relatedand my brain screams This is exposition or What does this have to do with anything or How could she not react to that and that completely pulls me out of the story It makes the dialogue feel forced to meThe characters also do these weird name drops in the middle of their talking which is something I never encounter in real life Example a style I tend to hear in real conversationsWhen I was in kindergarten this girl I hated cut her tongue on the cafeteria counter and I felt bad because part of me was actually happy about it And my teacher freaked out because how do you fix a big gash in someone's tongue might come out in this book as When I was in kindergarten at St Anne's there was this girl Brandy that I really hated One day she cut her tongue on the cafeteria counter I felt bad because part of me was actually happy about it Ms Colleen my teacher was freaked out because she was wasn't sure how to fix the big gash in Brandy's tongueUnless the listener already knows that person or place OR it's super relevant and important to have that specific information there's no reason to mention names People don't care It just makes things sound stiltedIn general the book throughout seems to be missing some reactions descriptions or showing that I think would make it a better readSo that rant over what did I like About 50% into the book since the characters did know each other and that was out of the way their interactions became natural so the feel of the book improved I started enjoying the actual story at that pointI also liked the premise The fact that it's about a forty year old going into a same sex relationship for the first time WITHOUT defining herself as lesbian yet accepting her attraction and not feeling shame about it was refreshing And having Jorie going into it with an open heart was nice too The story was about a fluid sexuality or a pan sexual kind of thingJorie and Lena were also adults who talked about their feelings uickly and any insecurities were resolved right away This book was not an angsty hand wringing type of story so I liked that tooI didn't find it laugh out loud funny but there were some amusing uips that got a smile out of meCombining what I did and didn't like I rate this story as 3 stars

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Just JorieIp to New York a snowstorm and a canceled flight home that puts her in the path of Lena VaughnLena has found fault in every man she’s ever dated Her dream of finding a husband is dwindling with every year that passes Despite what her friends say Lena doesn’t believe she has a fear of commitment she simply hasn’t f. This was a fun read I like how Lena just accept that she has feelings for Jorie she just goes with her heart It was a trip to read pun intended It's worth the readingEdit I just finished the audioBook and I felt even in love with this book