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Andrew's Key (Stories From Hartford Book 1) (English Edition) von [Hamm, Amanda]
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Talk around Hartford is that the old Hilson house is haunted. Its new owner, Rebecca Hilson, doesn’t believe that. She’s more concerned with the decades of junk that has accumulated and for which she is now responsible. She doesn’t know what to do with any of it or even how to approach sorting through it all.

Her new neighbor, Andrew Lately, is happy to offer some words of wisdom and the help of his grandson, Charlie, to get her started. Charlie makes it clear right away that he is interested in more than helping Rebecca move boxes. She doesn’t know if she can return those feelings. In fact, recent events have made her question her ability to feel much of anything.

Will Charlie’s patience pay off or will it take a real ghost to help Rebecca understand the nature of love?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1012 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 151 Seiten
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00I3NX5AI
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Cute, sweet, and very entertaining... 15. Februar 2014
Von Valerie - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is a cute story with a romantic angle that feels both sweet and shy. Sorting through boxes in an old (possibly haunted) house isn't the most typical get-to-know-you scenario, but it's actually kind of fun and gives the uncertain relationship between Rebecca and Charlie a laid back feeling. There is also an element of mystery throughout... not enough to be creepy, scary, or overly intense, but just enough to make you think and wonder.

I like how Rebecca is in her twenties--clearly an adult--but is still trying to figure out her life and future plans. It highly amused me (and scarily enough, sort of reminded me of myself) when she came across various situations that a "grownup" would know how to handle, then quickly realized that SHE is a grownup and should be able to handle things on her own. The first person writing style puts you right inside Rebecca's head, and her occasionally matter-of-fact way of thinking is both amusing and engaging.

Charlie is definitely a sweet guy, and I really enjoyed watching him as he spent time around Rebecca. Though he respects Rebecca's wishes of staying in the "friend zone"--for the time being, at least--you can still tell he has feelings for her by the little double-meaning (but not dirty!) comments he makes. I really enjoyed watching their relationship slowly grow. Rebecca's reasoning for taking things slow was very unique, and interesting to watch play out.

The story kept my attention the whole time, never wavering even once, and I was sad when it ended. That's not to say the ending isn't good though, because it is! Rebecca's realization of her inner traits and how they effect her feelings for Charlie is particularly poignant, and made for a great conclusion to the story's build-up. Andrew's Key is definitely some of the author's best work, and I'm very much looking forward to seeing what's in store when the rest of the "Hartford" series releases later this year.

Thanks to the author for providing me with a review copy. All opinions expressed are my own.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Delightful Romance 10. Juni 2014
Von Patrice Fagnant-macarthur - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
"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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5.0 von 5 Sternen Kept my attention the whole time 30. Januar 2014
Von Heart of a Philanthropist - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Andrew's Key was easy to read. It was a lot of fun and full of twists. Is the house haunted? Is it not? Is Amanda destined to remain single? Or will she end up falling in love? At first I thought I had the story figured out,but found out I had no idea. If you like romance, mystery, and comedy, you will love Andrew's Key.
5.0 von 5 Sternen (Waiting for the lightbulb to turn on regarding page 100 was frustrating in a good way. ) The story is well crafted 12. Juni 2016
Von Joseph Wetterling - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I do not read romance novels, as a rule. Once I had gotten past the first 15 pages or so, I finished the rest of the book in one sitting.

Why? Rebecca's story is intriguing. It's heartfelt and real, while taking place in a town that's just idealized and quirky enough -- just far enough off of real -- to be engrossing. I want to live in Hartford, or at least walk around and meet people. Even when I guessed what was happening or what was coming, I was anxious to get to where *they* figure it out. (Waiting for the lightbulb to turn on regarding page 100 was frustrating in a good way.) The story is well crafted, with nothing feeling unneeded or tacked on, and with nothing feeling unresolved at the end.

Rebecca's faith is, for the most part, a natural part of the story. It rarely feels forced, save for one instance (the second), where her voice seems to change (though, admittedly, my own voice changes sometimes when I am speaking about God). That pulled me out of the story very briefly, and it's offset nicely by a story where, usually, the faith of both author and character are just a natural part of the story. The story is pro-marriage, pro-family, and pro-life without ever saying one of those words. Aside from one instance, Rebecca's faith feels like a natural part of her life -- not one she expresses with every breath and in every activity, but one that she turns too regularly.

Without spoiling anything, I'll say, also, that the ghost story aspect of the book is relatively minor but important. It is both explained away in a satisfying and amusing way, and made real in an equally satisfying and vital way.

Very well done, and I would certainly read more in the series.
4.0 von 5 Sternen I LOVED THIS STORY! 24. Februar 2014
Von My Book Addiction and More - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
When Rebecca’s Aunt Rose passed away almost a year ago she never imagined herself living in the home that was left to her. She was told by her parents that it was time to leave the nest and at her age she needed to be on her own. Rebecca started the task of cleaning and organizing when she heard a noise. Could it be the rumored ghost or just her imagination. She chalked it up to her imagination, until the day she came home to a man in her house.

Rebecca soon learned the man was Andrew. A elderly and confused man from just a few door down the street. Andrew turned out to be a great friend and story teller. Rebecca never felt alone with Andrew, especially after he introduced her to his grandson Charlie.

I LOVED this story. I was happy to see a forming relationship between Rebecca and Charlie. I enjoyed the friendship between Rebecca and Andrew. The friendship reminded me of the movie The Holiday. I liked the way they had a friendship first and it was just a sweet story. If you are looking for a love story without the R rating this is a great read. I highly recommend. But, if you are looking at this book for just a ghost story you will not be getting what you think, but I do feel you should give this book a chance, I truly enjoyed the read.

Rating 4.5

Heat Rating Sweet

Reviewed By Rae

Courtesy Of My Book Addiction And More
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