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Tess in Boots

Tess Dougherty plans every aspect of her life right down to the last detail. But she doesnt plan on running her boyfriend off by bringing up the topic of marriage before hes ready. And she doesnt plan to lose her job on the day shes set to receive a huge promotion. So when her perfect world unravels, Tess makes a new plan: disappear.Tess packs her bags and leaves her city ap...

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Tess in Boots Reviews

  • Diane Coto

    OK … So you’ve been dating this guy for years. He takes you for a walk along the waterfront and then into a “quaint little candlelit café” overlooking the Hudson. He announces he has a surprise. What are you thinking? Exactly what Tess Dougherty thought. He’s going to pop the question. He doesn’t. It’s a congratulatory cake to celebrate her promotion. Well, for Tess, this was the end of the line. A few words are exchanged and then she does it … she gives Logan an ultimatum.

    Now have you ever noti
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  • Katie W

    Tess is a very organized person--one who very well in the business world. When her boyfriend of seven years takes her out for a very special dinner, she expects to end the night with an engagement, but comes away with a cake for her new promotion, which ends up with her losing her promotion before it begins. Deciding to get away for awhile to figure things out, Tess goes to North Carolina to help her brother and sister-in-law with a new business venture. Tess immediately encounters some interest ...more

  • Iola

    Tess Dougherty has the perfect life: handsome long-term boyfriend who’s about to propose, and a job as Marketing Director in a swanky New York office. Then she doesn’t. He doesn’t propose, she gives him an ultimatum, and then her entire firm is closed overnight. She retreats to North Carolina where her twin brother and his wife have just inherited a vineyard.

    What follows is a fun romance full of confusion and secrets, starting with Tess asking for directions at what turns out to be a bachelor pa
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  • Andrea Grigg

    I really enjoyed this city vs country romance. Tess had my sympathies right from the start – what a terrible twenty-four hours she had! Still, the lesson here is that sometimes it takes major unplanned events to uproot and set us on a path we wouldn’t normally choose – especially when we’ve convinced ourselves we have the life we want.

    There were some great moments in this book (I shall avoid fire stations with full car parks at all costs) and great characters. I laughed out loud in several place
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  • Courtney Rose

    This book is such a sweet romance; and so genuine to what hard working females go through. It’s a great interpretation to how sometimes, God has to throw our life into complete disarray for us to see the amazing gifts and love he has planned for us.

  • Toni

    A fun light read. I laughed so much at Tess's thought process. Sometimes we all overthink our lives. Great characters and a fun setting. Well worth reading.

  • Michelle

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    Tess in Boots is a clean new adult contemporary romance. It is a starting over story, where the main character needs to get away from her current life. Tess lost her job right before she was supposed to get a big promotion and her boyfriend was being all "dud-like".  Not wanting to move forward or do much of anything after being together seven years. So when her brother calls her up out of the blue and tells her he n
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  • Kathy * Bookworm Nation

    Do you ever get a feeling you're going to love a book before you even start? I sometimes get "book vibes" before I start a book just knowing I'm not going to want to put it down.

    This is one of those books that you can't say much about without giving things away. I liked that as I was reading I didn't know what was going to happen. I had my ideas, but I had to fight to not jump ahead to make sure I was right. I love that in a book! I was easily sucked into the story and Tess, our heroine, was ea
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