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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

'Maid for Love' by Caroline Mickelson Review

Despite the fact that her love life is a disastrous mess, Zoe Watson’s cleaning service, Maid for Love, is enjoying record profits. Her crew handles the removal of household dust and clutter, leaving Zoe free to use her special gift for memory alteration to erase her client’s painful memories. But although she can wipe the slate clean for clients, she’s had far less luck erasing the thoughts of her ex-boyfriend, Michael Archer, from her own heart. 

So when she runs into Michael, and suspects he might remember her after all, she decides the best way to keep her heart safe is to get close enough to him to modify his memory, without breaking her heart. Or getting caught.


Mel's Review-
Maid for Love is a sweet, funny romance novella by Caroline Mickelson. You can always count on Ms. Mickelson to deliver a funny and romantic story with characters you want to know better and this one is no exception. Told from the dual point of view of both main characters, the story moves along at a steady pace. I read it in an afternoon.  

The characters are likable, the writing is engaging and the story itself is light and humorous but still laced with a depth of emotion that can bring tears to your eyes. I really did enjoy it and look forward to reading more from this author.  If you're a fan of romance and humor, then you can't go wrong with this novella. 

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