Beautiful Mistakes

Beautiful Mistakes

Beautiful Mistakes by Sam Mariano

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Always a winner

This was it. My final unread novel by Sam Mariano. And now a darkness has descended upon me. I have no more Sam Mariano books to look forward to until she releases a new one. I can scarcely find the will to live. Each new day is but a new drudgery.
That said, I have never NOT loved a Mariano novel. This one was not my favorite of hers, and the third-person writing leads me to believe it might be an earlier work, but it is still heads and tails above a lot of what I read. This author is so very good at conveying emotion. At writing messed up, tangled webs that don’t resolve themselves into perfect little boxes tied with bows. But that is what makes her writing more real to me. Real life is messy. It’s not neat and perfect.
I LOVE this author. LOVE. If she writes so much as a grocery list, I want to read it. I will forever read any damn thing she writes after the miracle that was the Morelli series (and the Vegas Morellis series).
All hail Sam Mariano!



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Julie Kingsley has never had much luck when it comes to men.
After impulsively transferring to college in Chicago to move in with her unreliable boyfriend, a chance meeting lands Julie a job offer she can’t turn down—a nanny position caring for an adorable toddler. How hard can that be?

Turns out the job is more than she expected—not because of the baby girl, but her distractingly handsome father, who makes no secret of his marital dissatisfaction.

When Julie finally leaves her boyfriend, her new-found friendship with her employer crosses the line of propriety, and Julie’s whole world is shaken. Unsure where to turn or who to trust, Julie has to deal with the fallout from the decisions that led her to that point. 

Join Julie as she learns that, despite the pain, some mistakes are worth making.

Published by Amanda Marie

Compulsive reader. Romantic suspense/contemporary romance/dark romance/NA romance addict. Particularly fond of mafia, forced/arranged marriage, secret baby, kidnapping, and dark alpha heroes. Just out here doing my part for humanity- these books won't read themselves.

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