This book was a BIG disappointment. When I go to read a conjoining book, the thing that pulls me in is the fact that they join. The joints in this are barely visible. I think the only link is the camp and their names.
I expected more time in the camp with us learning what the characters needed to know. I was wrong. There was barely any time spent there in actual pages. More in the journeys each woman had to take. Alone. In a buddy book? Didn't make sense to me.
Interesting anthology by 3 good authors, Leslie Kelly, Heather MacAllister & Cindi Myers. In the first story a woman faces her ex-husband to comes to terms with the end of their relationship. #2 A successful business woman learns all work & no play isn't much fun. #3 Is all about image!
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Trainee #1: Poor Little Heiress
There's no way Cassandra Devane can get her love life to stand at attention. She just keeps dating the wrong guys. Her only chance is to face her enemy -- er, make that ex-husband -- head-on. And she'll get right on that . . . once she's out of his bed.
Trainee #2: The "Iron Lady"
Rebecca Ironwood is a successful businesswoman who's lost touch with men. And everyone else, for that matter. What she needs is just a teeny bit of softening up and some reconnaissance work. And maybe a little extra nudge-nudge with a certain employee . . .
Trainee #3: From Country Bumpkin to Urban Sophisticate
Barbara Powers knows all about image. She's her own best example. But when she returns to her hometown, all she can think about -- and scope out -- is the one guy who didn't want to be fixed.