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The Woman Upstairs review ´ 106 Ï ❰Reading❯ ➸ The Woman Upstairs Author Camryn Eyde – Goproled.co.uk Ricci Velez is a fiercely independent woman that worked her way up from the poverty line to become a respected engineer and property developer Mistaken as the little wifey by Tara Reeves the new tenan Ricci Velez is a fiercRicci Velez is a fiercely independent woman that worked her way up from the poverty line to become a respected engineer and property developer Mistaken as the little wifey by Tara Reeves the new The Woman eBook #21. 35 Nice readIt was a nice read Is perfect is you're looking for something cute and fast to read on a Saturday evening It did have potential for we didn't learn much about Tara and the ending felt a little rushBut Overall it was a nice book

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Ra a room in her own apartment Can she survive having the secretive hard nosed executive judging her in her own home Worse still can she survive her match making mother shamelessly besotted by the temporary housema. Decent uick read The plot wasn't too dramatic or surprising Ricca is a pretty adorable character and the way she acts around Tara is really cute I wish we would've learned a bit about Tara though The build up to their romance was just right but the ending felt a little sudden like the author didn't know what to do with the plot and just ended it

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The Woman Upstairs5 tenant at her Manhattan apartment building Ricci wants to evict her before she even signs the lease A slighted ex tenant a vandalized apartment and an interfering best friend means that she’s forced to offer Ta. 275 starsThis wasn't my favorite from this author In fact it was uite problematic The premise of the story is fine Tara was okay and even the secondary characters were pretty decent I didn't like Ricci most of the time though and she often came off as petulant and immature I understand that she has defenses and fears she's working with but some of her behavior acted like red flags to me regardless of any insecurities she had The story felt like it was in a rough draft stage with the number of typosincorrect wordsmissing words and the Ci vs Si used for Spanish I think the author is Australian and being that the story is in NY there are some phrases that we wouldn't hear in New Yorknot a big deal for me really but it stuck out some I'd recommend Camryn Eyde's other works but not this one