Amelia is the owner of a small town flower shop, she loves how it allows her to be a part of the big moments in people's lives. When her ex-boyfriend get's married, Amelia's curiosity get's the best of her, and she stalks his wedding driving slowly around the block. But her spying adventure takes a rather abrupt downward spiral when she accidentally rear ends a handsome wedding guest, named Nate Gallagher.
Their run in leads to an email correspondence where the talk about life, and classic movies.
But will their warm correspondence come to an end when Amelia finds out who Nate really is?
I love, love, loved this story, I read it in less than 2 hours, after I downloaded it to my kindle. I just couldn't put it down for anything. I found myself immediately drawn into the story and invested in their lives.
Amelia loves her job, and grew up like a modern day Cinderella, two Barbie step-sisters and all. She want's to please, and want's to do what's right. I loved her from the beginning and just knew that she was the kind of heroine that I could cheer for all the way through.
Nate is a dreamboat, classy and classic, a gentleman to the core, he has a deep appreciation for classic movies and relaxed personality that doesn't long for the newest hottest gadget. I loved how the stories progressed through emails, and how open and honest he was about his love of procrastination.
Overall, a fantastic story that you won't want to miss, it hit's all the right notes for a romance, and I couldn't keep from smiling. My only objection is that I will probably never find out why the number 24 is so special to Nate...I wonder if there are some clues that I missed...it's not like I can't read the book again! Highly recommend!
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