Review: The “She” Stands Alone by Nadine C. Keels

Happy Friday!  I hope you are all like me and can’t wait to get to the weekend.  I am going to start your weekend off with a cute novella by Nadine Keels.  The “She” Stands Alone is part farmer in the dell and part woman empowerment.  This is definitely a short novella that will give you a break between reads.  For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.  Hope your weekend is fun and if your lucky like me (insert sarcasm) you will be getting snow.

22840673Book Blurb:

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.

Ahh. The romance.

Review:

What happens when the sexy man you’ve been dating all through college leaves you for his true love that left him in high school?  If your Sheridan, you find yourself becoming what seems like invisible to the opposite sex and develop an addiction to books with sexy heroes and heroines.  But, this doesn’t solve your dating problem.  So, try something new…date yourself.  Almost as soon as Sheridan decides to date herself,  a man that’s been around starts to show interest.  Now, Sheridan must decide open herself up again or keep dating the one person who hasn’t let her down.

This was a cute little novella.  I think most women will read this and be able to relate to Sheridan in one form or another.  Her trials on how to get through her personal life and the decisions that she makes are at times comical and awkward but totally fun and real.  I think the dilemmas Sheridan goes through I have gone through on more than one occasion.  Unfortunately, I didn’t necessarily have the same about of fun but could probably deem them comical and awkward.  Nadine Keels really created a story that is short on length but big in heart.  Definitely a quick read that you won’t regret picking up.

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