"Helping others is easy now the "Love Doctor" has to help herself"
Reviewed by Shellie Surles
Posted May 30, 2014
Eve Lovegood has a night time radio talk show where she is
the "Love Doctor". Eve loves her work helping people in
their personal lives. Her own life is going good even
though she is not in a relationship. Eve's only problem is
the old house she purchased to renovate.
The problem is the
house is falling down around her and getting dangerous. On
the advice of a co-worker Eve calls in a contractor. The
contractor happens to be Jake Murphy, a gorgeous single
guy. Jake wants Eve from the moment he sees her and starts
calling her show trying to get her to go out with him.
After her horrible marriage Eve wants nothing to do with
another relationship and takes some convincing. Not to
mention she has been getting threatening notes and someone
blows up the trailer she is staying in while Jake renovates
her home. The concern for Eve's safety grows as do her
feelings for Jake.
ALL ABOUT EVE has one of my favorite characters of all time
Ruth, Jake's grandmother. Liliana Hart uses people she knows
for her characters and I would love to meet whoever
inspired Ruth. The wonderful grandmother keeps you laughing
and on your toes. ALL ABOUT EVE is a stand-alone book that
I recommend for anyone who enjoys a good story, great
characters, overcoming everything life throws at you and
Dr. Eve Lovegood is an expert on relationships. Deemed the
"Love Doctor" on a national radio show, she gives daily
advice to all those baffled by the opposite sex. But none of
her listeners would ever guess that her own painful marriage
has left her bitter and disillusioned towards the
institution. After all, who would take advice from someone
who doesn't believe in love?
Jake Murphy has tried for years to be a success on his
ownâ€”without the aid of his trust fund and despite the
constant disapproval from his parents. He's proud his
construction company is something that shows his real worth.
When he hears a voice that sounds like sin and sex on his
answering machine, begging for help with her crumbling
historical home, Jake pushes Eve Lovegood's project to the
top of the pile just so he can meet the woman who belongs to
Jake knows it's love at first sight, and that's hard for him
to admit considering he's done his best to never get caught
in the marriage trap, but softening Eve's heart is a
challenge he never expected. She wants nothing to do with
the man who shows so many similarities to her dead husbandâ€”a
man she came to hate in the end. But Jake takes his love to
new levels and romances Eve on her nightly radio show,
ultimately making her fall in love with him in front of
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