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A tribute to classic film and true romance LOVE WALKED IN tells the story Love Walked Kindle of two women one older one younger and the unexpected ways in which their lives are forever changed by chance For thirty one year old Cornelia Brown life is a series of movie moments and Jimmy Stewart is always and indisputably the best man in the world unless Cary Grant should happen to show up So imagine Corne. I finally met my match an author that slowed me down I'm a very fast reader skimmer actually you get read that way and the style and beauty of this book deserved to have every savory word read Clearly an accomplished writer in the craft of poetry de los Santos conveys the flow and beauty of the written word in this novel In addition she molds likeable believable characters and creates an intriging storyI will read anything she writes

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Love Walked InLias delight when her very own Cary Grant walks through the door of the hip Philadelphia café she manages Handsome and debonair Martin Grace sweeps Cornelia off her feet becoming Cary Grant to Cornelias Katharine Hepburn Clark Gable to her Joan Crawford Meanwhile on the other side of town eleven year old Clare Hobbes must learn to fend for herself after her increasingly unstable mother has a breakdown an. Love Walked In by Marisa de los Santos was referred to me by a dear friend I am indebted to her for recommending such a wonderful readThe author creates lovable and uirky characters involved in many versions of loveClare and Cornelia sucked me right into their story I was totally devoted to them and their improbable friendship that carries them through the unpredictable currents of life and loveAn amazing storyteller

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READ & DOWNLOAD Love Walked In 109 ↠ ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Love Walked In By Marisa de los Santos ⚣ – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk A tribute to classic film and true romance LOVE WALKED IN tells the story of two women one older one younger and the unexpected ways in which their lives are forever changed by chance For thirty one y A tributeD disappears With no one to turn to Clare seeks out her estranged father and when the two of them show up at Cornelias café the lives of Cornelia and Clare are changed in drastic and unexpected ways A cinematic and heartfelt debut that pays homage to the classic Cary GrantKatharine Hepburn romantic comedy The Philadelphia Story Love Walked In is sure to win over critics and readers of contemporary fictio. After two semesters of doom and gloom novels my soul needed verbal cuddling I can see this book translating into a chick flick the type of movie mothers bring their daughters to and weep mercilessly halfway into the film The title itself says it allI wasn't hooked immediately into this book as I normally am with guilty pleasuresand here's why The author didn't have a set voice she settled into Her chapters alternated between Cornelia a thirty something cafe manager and Clare an eleven year old girl whose bipolar mom abandoned her The Cornelia chapters were first person POV the Clare chapters were third person I think I understand why she did this because getting into the mind of a child and making it believable is truly tricky Hats off to her for trying it The problem is she didn't succeed Clare is supposed to be a girl ahead of her years due to the turmoil at home but I kept thinking of how even the most precocious eleven year old couldn't be THAT observant and insightful Yes children are clever than we give them credit for and do offer bits of wisdom we are surprised bybut I often doubted the authenticity of the Clare chaptersThe problem is the Clare chapters were better written than the Cornelia ones The description was detailed and uite beautiful at times; I'm sure that has to do with the fact it's third person not first as it tends to be easier to write scenery in third person But I found myself really enjoying the writing in the Clare chapters and the author's poetry background came through there Although one thing I noticed and this is a pet peeve of mine when an author chooses to tell the same story through different POV is that the chapters tended to be redundant Clare would think something that Cornelia thought and sure enough next chapter Cornelia would think it Or Clare would assume something about Cornelia or Cornelia would read something about Clarethere were no surprises between the two of them and their interactions Everything was predicted for us which honestly became boring after awhileI also felt like the author took the 'easy' way out of things at times Things happened too conveniently with Martin with Mrs Goldberg with any character who existed only to make it 'easier' for Cornelia that after awhile I thought Of course That WOULD happen Of course these are all pretty harsh criticisms for an overall very sweet book It did its trick and definitely gave me some warm fuzzies after I was done reading it And the author is clearly sharp and well versed on her old movies and than once I wish I had Wikipedia next to me to look up her references This is just a genre of book I don't normally read but I won't turn away fromand truth be told I'll read another book of hers Because who doesn't need warm fuzzies