Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Book Review: Andrew's Key

Andrew's Key by Amanda Hamm is a delightful romance.  Rebecca Hilson has been unceremoniously kicked out of her parents' home in the effort to help her grow up and start acting like the adult that she is. She's 24 years old, has an MBA, recently broke up with her boyfriend and has no idea what to do with her life. Lest you think she's been dumped on the street, she actually was just left a house by her recently deceased Aunt Rose. Her new project is to clean it out and make it her own.

The house seems to come with a visitor - an older man named Andrew who lives three house's down has a key to her home and lets himself in. He apparently was good friends with Rose and the two had a standing date for tea every day. He gets confused easily and often thinks Rebecca, who bears a strong resemblance to her late aunt, is actually Rebecca. He has a grandson, Charlie, who comes on the weekends to help care for him and who becomes friends with Rebecca as well.

There are some surprises and twists and turns along the way which will keep you guessing and reading. If you are a fan of the type of stories featured on the Hallmark or Inspiration Channel, you will truly enjoy this book.

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