Thursday, April 3, 2014
Review: The Right Design by Isabella Louise Anderson
Author: Isabella Louise Anderson
Genre: Chick Lit
Publisher: Chick Lit Goddess
Release Date: March 8, 2014
File Size/Pages: 1228 KB/173 pgs
Source: Isabella Louise Anderson
My Rating: 5/5
Summary: Interior designer Carrie Newman could not have envisioned a more perfect life for herself. She had a great job doing what she loved, wonderful friends, and a close relationship with her sister and brother-in-law. Add in an amazing man who she’d hoped would soon become her husband, and her life was perfect. Until one devastating decision ruins her relationship and changes the course of her life.
Determined to make a new start, Carrie leaves Texas and heads to Palm Beach to pick up the pieces of her shattered and broken life. The last thing she expects is to find herself attracted to her first client at her new job—Brad Larson, who has proven himself time and time again to be cad.
But there’s something beneath the surface of Brad’s arrogant exterior that keeps her craving more of him—something almost sweet that Carrie can’t seem to resist.
Is Carrie ready to take another chance on romance? And will this new design of her life prove to be the right one…?
Review: I received this novel in exchange for my honest opinion, and I absolutely LOVED this novel! The story begins with our main character, Carrie Newman, who has everything: the perfect job as an interior designer, the perfect boyfriend, the perfect life...until their anniversary! After Carrie's shocking discovery, she moves in with her sister and brother-in-law for a brief second. After her decision to move to Palm Beach, things start to look up for Carrie. Once she moves to Palm Beach, she begins to find herself attracted to Brad Larson, but not only is he a little arrogant, but he's also Carrie's first client. I absolutely loved the characters that were in this novel...they were created so vividly, and I felt that I knew them in real life! Overall, this was a wonderful story, and I was completely honored to read this novel. I'm so proud of Isabella and what she has accomplished and will accomplish. I can't wait to read more stories by her!