Pure Romance LOVE CAN WAIT

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To support herself, Kate has worked hard as a housekeeper for a selfish old lady, making only a meager salary. But she also has a dream—to save her money, make use of her cooking skills and open a catering company. So when a partygoer pooh-poohs one of her desserts as mundane, she’s mortified. At least, she was until one man spoke up in her defense. Did he notice Kate’s suffering and reach out to help her...or has she found the way to his heart?

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not worth $3.99 2  2

If you really want to pay to read this, wait till its under $1 or use your points. I was waiting for the confrontation between all four characters and all there were showing was verbal abuse and smooth talking. It wasn't the best comic I've read. kinda regretting I rented it in the first place.

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nasty aunt 4  4

I can't believe the aunt, I bet she doesn't know what is means to clean a house. I saw that ancient two story house that had only one helper to cook, clean, garden, and see to all the woman's instant needs. Then she complains about how the heroine is a terrible person, well I guess evil people can't stand it when a good person beats them at their own game. I really wished that the heroine had the chance to say, "I quit," to the woman. I loved that the hero was trying to be civil with the woman but I really wanted him to tell her what a horrible creature she was, even if she was family. I would have love to tell aunt then maybe she would get a change of heart. I loved the hero and the heroine because they like spending time with each from visiting museums to talking about their pets. The hero is such a gentleman and I love it when men are gentlemen and not being overbearing alpha, thinking with their nether regions than with their brain. I love the heroine because she's got a spirit but tries to keep it under control with politeness and I adore her for her love of animals. Not to mention I love the chivalry of the hero when he comes to her rescue by defending her cooking, saying how good it is when the OW starts making complaints because the hero is chatting with the heroine. I mean I really wanted the hero and the heroine to tell the OW to back off in the worst way possible, but they did it in the polite way, which I commend them with admiration but still wanted the words spoken by to the OW, "Back off". In the end, it was a good read.

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