They met again after years but he didn't even recognize her. He does what Daddy tells him no m This was not what I expected. Gist: Hardworking single mother Jennifer is working her pretty butt off at Brickman food factory when her evil ex and, coincidentally, father of her son and heir to the food empire Jennifer is an employee of, Review: Well, I confess that I live for Cinderella and secret baby tropes among others of course and thus, this story was just up my alley. Jennifer had a hard time dealing with her new status of a teenage mom with nowhere to go to and no one to get help from. But the manager knows who Jared is and takes his suggestions on board because of that.
You get the very predictable happy ending but it still makes for a sweet read. There were good parts to this story and it is worth the read but I just felt it could have been better with a few changes to it. I loved this book, it was a sweet romance, with a fairly decent story to carry it. In the present, we never really get to see the change. This Single mom Jennifer Wright works hard at the town factory to make a living for her and her son. The blurb made me want to read this one.
But their attraction becomes stronger and their joining inevitable. Jennifer is such a strong, amazing woman and I can honestly say I look up to her as a character. Though I wish she would have told him sooner after she recognized him on the first day of his job, I didn't get the delay but that wasn't a big issue for me. After getting pregnant in high school her parents kicked her out and she was on her own. It is even more surprising that Jared is posing as an average worker instead of Richie Rich. Not implying to the kid right away they're gonna be a happy family now. I loved the characters and their interactions with each other.
Anyway, the story was quite simple. His shoes are probably worth a month's rent. If you're a fan of sweet contemporary romances, Nell Carson's books are it. Jennifer needs to get them both out of here! Jennifer is a strong and smart single mom. They make you love them or hate them.
Playboy jerk side of the hero was also annoying especially if it's to get an happy ending. But Jennifer recognized Jared even with makeup and a fake nose etc. I always enjoy writing the emotional parts and getting to know the characters better but the hours of research on industrial food processing and equipment? It had only been six years. Do you have any interesting writing quirks or rituals? At work one day she is introduced to a new worker she has Jennifer was senior in high school when she fell for a older guy in college. There was no time to absorb the shock, none of the normal are you sure questions, nothing. Jennifer, our heroine is works hard in the assembly line in Brickman Foods.
He flirts and pursues, she dodges and deflects. Overall Not Your Average Joe is a good,smooth and no conflict romance revolving around the Cinderella theme. I did not care for the Hero's character that much. Not Your Average Joe follows Je As reviewed by Meg on fic-talk. If you are looking for a fast read with a predictable story then you will enjoy this one.
Jennifer on the other hand I really liked. Jennifer Wright is a single mom who works during the day at Brickman Foods and attends law school at night. He told her that he remembered her after she admitted it was her. He isn't made to love. From the very beginning the story draws you in and the characters come to life, playing like a movie in your head. She sees very little of her child, works long hours, and then spends her nights working on her degree.
I could never really see why she fell for Jared. Six years later Jennifer has struggled after that fateful night. Six years later Jennifer has struggled after that fateful night. She was determined to make the best of her situation and to work with what she got. When did you write your first book and what was the title? She was likable and easy to root for, but I would have liked her to kick more butt in regards to the nasty boss, Jared taking responsibility for their relationship and her fighting for their love. There is just something about the way that Nell writes. Jared acted like a jerk when he got Jennifer pregnant and she struggled a lot because of him for six years,therefore some amount of friction or conflict must have been shown when they meet six years later.
Why is this so hard? Indeed, the author shows the prejudices and class bias that come with the workers, single mothers A cute modern fairy tale. This book is no different in quality than her other awesome reads. I felt like so much more could have been done with that scene. It was a sweet read and refreshing after some of the drama filled books I have read lately. And, in general, it fulfilled and met all my expectations on what I prefer to read about when taking on a book with these particular favorite themes. Not Your Average Joe was fairly well written, even though at times the plot felt rushed and lacked cohesion.
Jared for example — for the first third of the book I was hating him with a fierce and deep passion. Enter Jason and Jennifer's world goes 180 degrees in a different direction. Everything about Not Your Average Joe is great. One was the fact that the author never really redeemed Jared which made it a little difficult to cheer for him in the end. How do you remedy that? Reviewed by Jaimie One of my favorite tropes is the secret baby one so when I read the blurb for Not Your Average Joe by Nell Carson, I knew this book would be right up my alley. Not You Average Joe is a fast paced, highly addicting and an entertaining read. The plot was really great if not totally unique.