Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Review: AMY’S WISH by Kay Harris

At 30, Amy made her wish—to figure out what she wants to be and have a career. For years, she’s been toiling away as an HR assistant, wasting away her talents under the scrutiny of her controlling boss. An employee program then allows her to try out different jobs within the company and hopefully get a transfer. The first stop is the finance department under the management of Carlos, whom she has adored from afar. Of course, she can never pursue anything with the co-owner of the company and ex-husband of her current manager.

Can love bloom amidst a demanding ex-wife and an overbearing family?

During the holiday season is when the two connect on a non-professional level with text messaging and hang-outs. Too much was focused on the family. The mentoring takes on a whole new level when Carlos has to teach Amy, the asexual virgin, about sexuality, arousal, and the bases of courtship. In fact, the whole thing was just a series of lessons. Although there were some sweet moments in there, the story was pretty tepid and slow. It’s an okay holiday romance, I guess.

My rating: 3 stars

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