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Review of Maid for Love by Caroline Mickleson

Review of Maid for Love by Caroline MicklesonMaid for Love (A Romantic Comedy) by Caroline Mickelson
on February 2, 2015
Genres: Romance
Pages: 92
Format: Mobi
Source: Chick-Lit Plus

I received this book for free from Chick-Lit Plus in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


Despite the fact that her love life is a disastrous mess, Zoe Watson’s cleaning service, Maid for Love, is enjoying record profits. Her crew handles the removal of household dust and clutter, leaving Zoe free to use her special gift for memory alteration to erase her client’s painful memories. But although she can wipe the slate clean for clients, she’s had far less luck erasing the thoughts of her ex-boyfriend, Michael Archer, from her own heart.

So when she runs into Michael, and suspects he might remember her after all, she decides the best way to keep her heart safe is to get close enough to him to modify his memory, without breaking her heart. Or getting caught.

In ” An Oyster Shell – It was quick read in that it was a short-story novella. A bare bones story that got the basic plot across. This would not be the top of my reading list.

The Pearls – I thought the concept was really fun. A maid that cleans more than your house, but your bad memories as well. Sign me up! This is what drew me to this book.

I really liked the teenagers in this book. They moved the story along quite a bit and helped their uncle do what he needed to do.

The Sand – I had a hard time keeping up with the story, it just didn’t keep my attention that much. It was decent for being so short.

I give this 3 Pearls.


3 Stars
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