Review: Operation Makeover by D.J. Jamison
Our Review for Operation Makeover by D.J. Jamison
This book had such a powerful meaning. One that each reader of this book will feel. This is a story of finding ones true self. With a little help from an unlikely source.
Ridley a X-ray technician, has a crush on his best friend of 10+ years. He thinks he needs to change himself to get Jaces attention. But when the plan backfires a new set of feelings emerge.
Cole is one of the best hairdressers at Fringe. One new client later and he’s helping Ridley get his crush. Until feelings start to grow. Until just being friends isn’t working anymore. Things take quite the turn and now they both are working toward different goals.
Great development of characters, great build up and a story that will make your heart very happy. The side characters are good and give the story a different feel. Sometimes you may want to throttle a few of them. But in the end this makeover, ends in true love.
~Review by Andrea~
Blurb for Operation Makeover by D.J. Jamison
Will a makeover bring his fantasy to life or lead him to a love he never saw coming?
As a professional x-ray tech, Ridley has come a long way from the geeky kid Jace took under his wing in high school. Not that his best friend has noticed. Tired of pining, Ridley decides to show Jace what he’s missing. And what better way than with a newer, more sophisticated look?
ts at the salon where he works love him dearly. Men? Not so much. He has dated one mistake after the next, and he’s beginning to wonder if a guy exists who can handle his fabulousness. Then Ridley lands in his chair.
Cole agrees to be Ridley’s makeover guru, and they click effortlessly. But when Cole offers to help Ridley with his sexual confidence, passion flares and boundaries blur.
Ridley’s had his heart set on Jace a long time, but when he’s with Cole it feels too real to d
eny. Now he has a choice to make: the friend he’s always wanted or the man who’s given him a whole new lease on life.
About the Author
DJ Jamison grew up in the Midwest and worked in newsrooms for more than 10 years, which came in handy when she began writing novellas centered on a series of love connections between small-town Kansas newspaper staffers, their sources, and their readers.
When she’s not laboring over her works of fiction, she’s blogging and tweeting about books, reading books or doing that other dreaded thing: her day job.
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