doesn’t know what she is going to do about her bookstore. She
is behind in her bills, her sisters are getting ready to go
off to college and she can’t face the possibility of losing
her parents’ legacy. She is amused with the recent bequest
from her Aunt of an old trunk, with even older books in it.
Then she finds the book “How to Wed a Man of Means” and it
seems to offer the solution she needs. So she starts reading,
while the advice seems to be counter to what she normally
would do, her normal actions haven’t gotten her anywhere. In
walks Slade, the man who was her high school crush, and one of
the best looking guys in town. He's as gorgeous as ever, and
asks her out.
a wife and that's all there is to it. He has a two month old
baby who is colicky, and in the last two months he's gone
through five different nannies. Being an educated man he
decides he'll go get a book and embark on the job of finding a
wife. When he gets a book titled “Finding Ms. Right” at
Jenna’s store he is pleasantly surprised to see that Jenna is
now all grown up, and decides to ask her out.
two get together or will all of the contradicting advice from
their books cloud their real feelings?
Finding Ms. Right is a sweet inspirational story about
finding things when you need them the most. I loved that the
two main characters are both secretly using books to find
their mate. What makes it even funnier is that the books seem
to contradict each other in what should be done, causing quite
a few humorous occasions. I found the writing to be well done
and Finding Ms. Right to be very sweet and
definitely worth my time.