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Life coach Elaine Raitt is educated, elegant, and dedicated to her profession. Blue-collar boi Joey Lang is too insecure to even approach her - that is until her well-meaning but meddling best friend Lisa decides to break the ice and makes Joey a life-coaching appointment with Elaine. 

A session meant to bring clarity only leaves them both feeling more confused about their purpose in life and love. 

Will Joey be able to find the strength to chase the woman of her dreams, and even if she does, will Elaine be willing to risk the life she loves for the woman who could be the love of her life?

©2012 Rachel Spangler (P)2018 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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  • Jlnicky
  • 2019-08-21

Enjoyed the boi and the femme story.

I loved the dichotomy of the femme and the boi. The characters led this story. The life coach Elaine had some issues and it was interesting but the character of Joey was the crux of the book and how she changed her outlooks and personality after coaching was encouraging to all of us shy folk. Rachel did a wonderful job introducing both sides of the spectrum for femme/boi, coach/learner, someone who needs to learn to love/someone who loves too much. I enjoyed the plot, the characters, and the growth of the romance (although THAT took forever). Rachel always adds in a kid. I like that too. Great read. Get it. Plus AJ Ferraro providing the audible narration was good. She did make Joey sound a little whiney at first but that settled down after the second chapter. Then Joey sounded like she needed to grow up. Her friend Lisa sounded like a kick in the pants too. It was a fun listen and worth the dime.