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More filters. Sort order. Dec 19, Debbie Brown rated it really liked it Shelves: i-own-it , jaff , jaff. She's literally grown up in the newsroom there, as the previous weathercaster was her father. The community loves her sweet, girl-next-door style of delivering the news and she loves the community back, with no desire to ever live elsewhere.

She already has her dream job here. He and his assistant general manager, Gabe Weston, have a reputation that has earned them the nickname "The Firing Squad. The Pride and Prejudice parallels are obvious, especially when the sexy Pamela Gladstone Hurricane Pamela shows up with a very Caroline Bingley-like attitude toward the "peasants" she works with, aside from Noah. Breezy's mother is quite Mrs. Bennet-like in her desire to see her daughter married. She introduces a number of characters who will obviously continue throughout this series of books. Unfortunately, many of them don't figure much into this plot, and there are too many to remember if you're reading this as a stand-alone.

Among the stand-out supporting players here: Andrew North is a surfer-dude who's Breezy's ex-boyfriend. Candy Kane!!

I really like the dynamics between Noah and Breezy. There's a nice spark between them, both in their conversations and physically. She's immediately attracted to him and often struggles to maintain her dislike for him personally despite her abhorrence for what he's doing to her beloved news office. He hates having Pamela around poisoning the work atmosphere at the station, but his hands are tied by the firm directives of the station owner, Mr. I do find it hard to believe that Noah would interview any of his employees, and surely not an on-air personality, without thoroughly reviewing their HR files.

Instead, Breezy's qualifications surprise him, which is ridiculous. The author could achieve the same effect sticking to Breezy's much-younger-than-her-age appearance and her unsophisticated approach to delivering the news. Onerall, this book has a very pleasant, wholesome quality. Content is clean and Biblical-type morals are demonstrated, yet there are glimpses of the darker side of humanity in the real world.

Despite its flaws, I really liked it. Dec 19, J. Garrett rated it really liked it Shelves: era-modern , jaff-pride-and-prejudice , , inspired-jane-austen , free. She is the local weather girl for KWAC. She is following in the footsteps of her father [Arthur] who did the weather for years in the small community of Aspen Grove, California.

This was a cute short story that can be read in one sitting. It was clean and had that small town feel with friends that Breezy went to school with and had remained friends even after school. She is in her late 20s and has a good relationship with her parents. Her mother [Emily] is a Mrs. Bennet type of ditzy with her father hiding behind his paper in his retirement. The parent company sends a new general manager, Noah Drake [our Darcy type], to change up the station in hopes of raising the ratings.

Throughout the networks, Drake and his team are known as the Firing Squad. The owner wants Drake to create a new look for his station. Specifically, one Pamela Gladstone [a Caroline Bingley clone] who is a sexy, bombshell weathercaster chosen to replace the wholesome Breezy on the air. Pamela knows nothing about forecasting. She just reads what is on the teleprompter.

Drake finds out later that she heard his remark and the morale situation at the station becomes strained at best.

Get rid of Breezy. This was a free offer through Amazon. View all 3 comments. Jul 29, Amy rated it liked it. An utterly blah romantic comedy with a literal Mary-Sue main character, a hero with very little personality of his own, and some insta-attraction. It was clean, fluffy, and nothing to write home about. I mean, the main character's name is Breezy. And she works in weather.

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Get it. That said, not a bad book. It kept it clean and sweet. This would be a solid two star but I'm bumping it up to 3 stars because I have read so many Pride and Prejudice retellings gone wrong that it was refreshing to find An utterly blah romantic comedy with a literal Mary-Sue main character, a hero with very little personality of his own, and some insta-attraction. This would be a solid two star but I'm bumping it up to 3 stars because I have read so many Pride and Prejudice retellings gone wrong that it was refreshing to find one gone right.

The author doesn't force characters or plot points into the story because they mirror the original. Larry and the librarian. And the monster from the black lagoon. How silly and fun can you get? It's live!

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