Love on a Whim
By Aubrey Mace
Covenant Communications, 2015. 252 pgs. Romance
Rachel Pearce graduated from Stanford with her law degree and has big dreams of being a successful lawyer. Six months later she still hasn't been able to find a job and she is starting to wonder how she will afford her dingy apartment and still be able to eat. In a chance encounter with a former acquaintance she discovers an unexpected opportunity to work as a personal secretary for Henry Walker, a young millionaire. She is pretty sure that being a personal secretary was never in her plans but she is getting desperate for a job. He soon has her running all over, doing seemingly meaningless errands. Through it all, she finds herself becoming more interested in him than she should be, especially since he is her boss. Soon she must decide if she is willing to give up the dreams she thought she wanted for something better.
This was a quick, enjoyable read. It takes place in Salt Lake City but there is really very little mention of religion in the story. Rachel is a fun, flawed character and you can't help but want to see her find happiness.