Rating: 5 Cups
Charli Robertson is lonely. She has been that way since her husband’s passing three years ago. With a crumbling apartment, money scarce and a voice speaking to her, what is next?
Ethan Harwood is single, Charli’s boss and owner of the advertising agency.
Charli is having a bad day. It is the anniversary of her late husband’s death, she has an important advertising meeting to attend and she just found another repair in her apartment that needs mending. Well good luck in getting the absentee landlord to help. To make matters worse, at work, she finds herself in conversation with a voice that insists they get a yellow lab for their campaign. Ethan likes Charlie and when he offers to take her home, she hates for him to see where she lives. Ethan was fortunate to inherit his own condo. Unfortunately, Charli got nothing of the insurance money when her husband died because the beneficiary was not changed, leaving it to his mother. When the voice informs her that was not the case, Ethan decides to help, but he wonders if he is doing enough for Charli.
Deja You is an entertaining and sharp read. I loved the refreshing characters of Charli and Ethan. The way the voice of the ghost was seasoned into the storyline made it really believable. The well-rounded secondary characters were a great addition blending in elements that kept the story consistent. Ms. George creates a splendid tale that touches off emotions and allows them to transcend through the pages all the way into this readers heart. This is one book that is so realistic, so heart-melting and one that I could relate in many ways. Deja You is extraordinary in every sense of the world and captivated this reader.
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