Reese lives with crippling anxiety, depression, and a womanizing chauvinist named Tony. As Reese struggles to get over his not-so-recent heartbreak, he finds himself tired of the way his roommate treats the opposite gender, and demands Tony come clean about his ill intentions toward Janet, a woman whom he just recently met. When Tony refuses to cooperate and leaves town for business, Reese takes it upon himself to tell Janet the truth. This sets in motion a series of events that leaves Reese jobless and smitten with the woman his roommate scorned. Over the course of several months, Reese learns important lessons in hope, friendship, love, and the possibility that everything, good or bad, happens for a reason. Rated 4 out of 5 stars on ReadersFavorite.com.Too late to go back now. aAre you sure ... And, if I must say, I was certainly on my comedy game too. She assured me that I had her on the verge of pissing herself several times. At some point we had decided to play a game, but since I didna#39;t really own any twoplayer video games, and the only board game I owned was Risk, we made up our own way to pass time throwing cards into a cap. Not the mostanbsp;...
|Author||:||Craig R Key|
|Publisher||:||Craig R Key - 2015-06-19|