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'A woman who could not forget her past, and a man who would not give up on their future -Tizzy McKenzie a shy but talented consultant in an advertising agency loved her work. She had a wonderful boss in Grant Mallaby and a great friend in Becky Whitman. And then one morning she gave him a lift and suddenly their sensible world is turned upside down.And that was before the 'A woman who could not forget her past, and a man who would not give up on their future -Tizzy McKenzie a shy but talented consultant in an advertising agency loved her work. She had a wonderful boss in Grant Mallaby and a great friend in Becky Whitman. And then one morning she gave him a lift and suddenly their sensible world is turned upside down.And that was before the 'cupids' stepped in.


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'A woman who could not forget her past, and a man who would not give up on their future -Tizzy McKenzie a shy but talented consultant in an advertising agency loved her work. She had a wonderful boss in Grant Mallaby and a great friend in Becky Whitman. And then one morning she gave him a lift and suddenly their sensible world is turned upside down.And that was before the 'A woman who could not forget her past, and a man who would not give up on their future -Tizzy McKenzie a shy but talented consultant in an advertising agency loved her work. She had a wonderful boss in Grant Mallaby and a great friend in Becky Whitman. And then one morning she gave him a lift and suddenly their sensible world is turned upside down.And that was before the 'cupids' stepped in.

30 review for Advertising for Love

  1. 5 out of 5

    Elena

    "A tale of an ugly duckling turning into a beautiful swan..." 1.5* Oh what a waste of a good idea for a story! So overall - cute idea, but awful grammar, spelling, and editing job. There were also some really bizarre sentences and events that made no sense. Here are few things that really annoyed me and some corrections that should have been made (in my opinion): @ 17% - "breath deeply, breath" > actually the correct spelling of this word is BREATHE! This is just one example, i wasn't going to w "A tale of an ugly duckling turning into a beautiful swan..." 1.5* Oh what a waste of a good idea for a story! So overall - cute idea, but awful grammar, spelling, and editing job. There were also some really bizarre sentences and events that made no sense. Here are few things that really annoyed me and some corrections that should have been made (in my opinion): @ 17% - "breath deeply, breath" > actually the correct spelling of this word is BREATHE! This is just one example, i wasn't going to write down every spelling and grammar mistake (counted over 60 and then stopped!) @18% - "Grant: "you have a daughter? didn't you say you didn't have any children? I thought you said you and your wife blamed each other for not having a child!" > Wow, what an insensitive thing to say to someone !!! No one actually talks like that! - "Grant: "Peter, is she your daughter?" > Peter just TOLD him police came to tell him his daughter was dead, why would you ask if a random woman is his dead daughter?! MAKES NO SENSE!!!" @40% - "At 2am in the morning" > i'm sorry, when ELSE can 2AM be?! If it wasn't in the "morning" it would be 2PM ! Did no one read this before publishing?!" @88% - Now that they are getting married - why are "hundreds of people from the office (the whole company)" being invited?! i thought it was mentioned numerous times that they all disliked Tizzy and made fun of her disability ?! Why would she want THOSE people at her own wedding?! I thought weddings were to be shared with people you love and who love you, not to invite out of "spite and revenge" the people you dislike. @95% - 500 people at the wedding????? How??? She has no family except grandparents and is anti-social, so she also has no friends (author keeps saying Becky is her only friend)! Who are the 500 guests and who invited them??? And why would they invite them knowing she gets panic attacks in crowds!?! It seems very contradictory to the whole book for Tizzy to have such a HUGE wedding, when she does not like to be surrounded by people. Why would she make herself uncomfortable at her own wedding, but then can't even stand to work in an office and switches to internet only just so she wouldn't deal with people?!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christa Maurice

    Where to begin? Tizzy has worked for a small advertising firm for five years, longing for her boss, Grant. Then suddenly one day she gives him a lift when his Ferrari breaks down and he notices her! Just as suddenly the small firm's biggest client notices her and begins wooing her! Pressured by all the attention and the fact that her work partner will be going on maternity leave and probably taking a few years off to raise her child, Tizzy decides it's time to strike out on her own, not because Where to begin? Tizzy has worked for a small advertising firm for five years, longing for her boss, Grant. Then suddenly one day she gives him a lift when his Ferrari breaks down and he notices her! Just as suddenly the small firm's biggest client notices her and begins wooing her! Pressured by all the attention and the fact that her work partner will be going on maternity leave and probably taking a few years off to raise her child, Tizzy decides it's time to strike out on her own, not because she needs the money (she's secretly rich) or because she likes the work (eh, it keeps her busy), but because she needs to get away from all this attention. It actually gets worse. On a technical level, the author needs a course in punctuation. The manuscript lacks commas in far too many places. It also lacks a basic awareness of show verses tell. And when to stop. The last three chapters were about the wedding and later life of Grant and Tizzy. Honestly, I only finished it because it gave me a chance to practice my speed reading.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Allyson

    I think this book was very sweet. For those of you that like to focus on errors, I have yet to read an e-book that didn't have some. For me this was a great read! I was pulling for Tizzy the entire time. I look forward to reading more books by Darcee Tana.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Gabrielle

    I liked the story but it could have been written better. There were a lot of gramatical errors. The story could have used better transitions between paragraphs and scenes.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Anna's Herding Cats

    Originally posted at Herding Cats & Burning Soup Advertising for Love is a free ebook I picked up from Barnes & Noble. The storyline is really rather sweet and the characters likable. It wasn't bad for a free read though it would benefit from a good edit and polish. I'm an easy going reader so I was able to look past it for the most part but if you're one that finds editing mistakes frustrating you'll want to skip over this one because there are good deal of them and it'll drive you absol Originally posted at Herding Cats & Burning Soup Advertising for Love is a free ebook I picked up from Barnes & Noble. The storyline is really rather sweet and the characters likable. It wasn't bad for a free read though it would benefit from a good edit and polish. I'm an easy going reader so I was able to look past it for the most part but if you're one that finds editing mistakes frustrating you'll want to skip over this one because there are good deal of them and it'll drive you absolutely nuts. Tizzy, short for Trizella, works at our hero Grant's advertising firm. She's an incredible talent but because of an extremely traumatic experience in her past she's shy to the point where she has panic attacks when the focus of attention. She hides behind plain clothes, has a terrible stutter when nervous and low self esteem. She basically does everything she can to just be ignored. Grant is the opposite of Tizzy in many ways. He's the head of the company, confident, in charge. I really liked getting to see the two interact and how that chance car ride changed everything for both of them. Grant's a likable guy. He's gentle with Tizzy, understanding of her situation, is there for her when she has an attack and needs him. And Tizzy is one of those characters you can't help but feel for and care about. She's really pulls at your heart strings especially when you find out what happened to her years earlier. Things weren't exactly smooth sailing between them. Misunderstandings, hurt feelings, rude coworkers who couldn't help but make comments about their differences, clients with a sudden interest in Tizzy. And that's where the side characters, who added a nice dimension but didn't overpower the main couple, came into play. There were a couple surprise twists and turns with them and their motives concerning the main characters. Maybe a little outlandish in reality but I liked how it played out and the roles they all ended up playing in getting Tizzy and Grant together. Despite the lack of editing I really did enjoy Advertising for Love. It was a sweet read and a nice short story. I wouldn't have minded spending more time with the characters and getting to know more about them. This was my first read that actually took place in Australia which threw me a little because of some words/phrases but, you know, I actually enjoyed that once I got into the story.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lillie

    This was a typical Harlequin/Mills & Book/Silhouette sweet romance with a plain poor but talented and kind heroine and a rich and handsome boss who fall in love. For years, I devoured those books, and I enjoyed this one. However, I would have enjoyed it more if it hadn't had so many grammatical errors, such as wrong words and incorrect punctuation. It also bothered me that the characters seldom used contractions. Their dialogue sounded overly formal as a result. An entertaining story could h This was a typical Harlequin/Mills & Book/Silhouette sweet romance with a plain poor but talented and kind heroine and a rich and handsome boss who fall in love. For years, I devoured those books, and I enjoyed this one. However, I would have enjoyed it more if it hadn't had so many grammatical errors, such as wrong words and incorrect punctuation. It also bothered me that the characters seldom used contractions. Their dialogue sounded overly formal as a result. An entertaining story could have been much better if an editor other than spell check and grammar check had been used.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Missy Jane

    If I was able to give half stars, this book would be 2.5 rather than 3. Unfortunately, though I loved the storyline and the characters, there was too much wrong with the mechanics of the book for me to fully enjoy it. It's a great love story and the characters have so much potential. But, the author did mostly telling rather than showing and there were typos galore. If this were to be revised and reedited, it could easily be a five star read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rosepetal78

    I couldn't wait for this book to be over. There should be a rule against crying so much in a romance novel.

  9. 5 out of 5

    M.M. Roethig

    Tizzy is a hurting young woman, afraid to show who she really is to those around her as a defense tactic to keep her "safe." All the while she is secretly pining away for her boss. Grant is a down to earth business man who doesn't have time or room in his life for any romance, but secretly Tizzy has caught his attention. It takes a simple act of picking Grant up after his car broke down on his way to work to set off the stream of events that will change both lives. The story line was very promis Tizzy is a hurting young woman, afraid to show who she really is to those around her as a defense tactic to keep her "safe." All the while she is secretly pining away for her boss. Grant is a down to earth business man who doesn't have time or room in his life for any romance, but secretly Tizzy has caught his attention. It takes a simple act of picking Grant up after his car broke down on his way to work to set off the stream of events that will change both lives. The story line was very promising and had lots of potential. However, I did find the spelling errors, punctuation errors, and basic lack of proof reading a little annoying towards the end. All in all I felt the story line, although at times a little too fast in the development, was a very believable one. I think this writer has potential and will read more from her, I just hope the next one is proofed a little better. With that said, I must say the clean romance was a refreshing change. I enjoy having the heart felt emotions without all the negative feelings of explicit sexual scenes. This is a clean read and if you can get past the lack of proof reading, the story is a sweet reminder that nothing is as it seems.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    Fizzy McKenzie works in advertising. She is a conservative dresser who is dowdy in appearance based on her frumpy clothes and big, thick glasses. Her boss, Grant, is a hunky man who tends to date models. One day, his car breaks down and Tizzy comes to his rescue. Afterwards, Grant becomes interested more in her personally. Tizzy had a traumatic experience when she was younger and has hidden herself from anyone and everyone except her friend and coworker, Becky. Tizzy realizes that her feelings a Fizzy McKenzie works in advertising. She is a conservative dresser who is dowdy in appearance based on her frumpy clothes and big, thick glasses. Her boss, Grant, is a hunky man who tends to date models. One day, his car breaks down and Tizzy comes to his rescue. Afterwards, Grant becomes interested more in her personally. Tizzy had a traumatic experience when she was younger and has hidden herself from anyone and everyone except her friend and coworker, Becky. Tizzy realizes that her feelings are starting to grow for Grant and dicides that her time at his company may be coming to an end. Becky and a few others begin to suspect the relationship changing between Tizzy and Grant and take it upon themselves to play Cupid in order to bring the two together. This was a very cute story about a woman and her fight to find herself again after a traumatic experience. After years of protecting herself by looking frumpy, one man sees past her shields and falls in love. Now he has to convince her that he's there for good and she is safe with him. It had very subtle religious undertones at the end of the book. It was a little cheesy at times, but that didn't really detract from the story.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    This book needs some serious proof-reading. By the end I was itching to get hold of the manuscript and correct punctuation, capitalization, missing words, and inconsistency of names. I would have done it for free. In spite of that, I found the first two-thirds delightful and looked forward to getting back to it each time I had to put it down. It somewhat fell apart in the final third. Too much wedding description and an unlikely honeymoon. Since the author has gone to some trouble to explain Tiz This book needs some serious proof-reading. By the end I was itching to get hold of the manuscript and correct punctuation, capitalization, missing words, and inconsistency of names. I would have done it for free. In spite of that, I found the first two-thirds delightful and looked forward to getting back to it each time I had to put it down. It somewhat fell apart in the final third. Too much wedding description and an unlikely honeymoon. Since the author has gone to some trouble to explain Tizzie's problems, I didn't feel they were likely to disappear in an instant. I would have liked more time working through them on the honeymoon and a lot less pre-wedding description of clothes shopping, etc. Nevertheless, I will look for more by this author because she has something - just not a proofreader.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Annalisa

    This was a free download ebook on my Nook and I'm glad I got it. A light contemporary romance. Goodreads Description: 'A woman who could not forget her past, and a man who would not give up on their future -Tizzy McKenzie a shy but talented consultant in an advertising agency loved her work. She had a wonderful boss in Grant Mallaby and a great friend in Becky Whitman. And then one morning she gave him a lift and suddenly their sensible world is turned upside down.And that was before the 'cupids' This was a free download ebook on my Nook and I'm glad I got it. A light contemporary romance. Goodreads Description: 'A woman who could not forget her past, and a man who would not give up on their future -Tizzy McKenzie a shy but talented consultant in an advertising agency loved her work. She had a wonderful boss in Grant Mallaby and a great friend in Becky Whitman. And then one morning she gave him a lift and suddenly their sensible world is turned upside down.And that was before the 'cupids' stepped in.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Christina

    This is more than a story of the ugly duckling that becomes a beautiful swan and finds her prince. You get a good sense of internal struggle and the final breaking down walls for a sweet ending. Make the romantic in you think that everyone has that person out there that will break down the barrier and you will live the happily ever after.. Or at least you can read about it and this story had all of that!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    this book was so sweet and cute.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Emily Lanning

    Suuuuuper cheesy. Like ridiculously cheesy. Yet I had to finish it for some reason

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cristina Bateman

    Love love love this book! Read it all in under 4 hours. Such a great love story!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Marissa Haight

    It is great so far! Even though it has a bunch errors,it is still readable.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Danni

    Free iBook. Drive me nuts reading it. the punctuation was all messed up. The storyline was good... Teary.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sultan * Baby Mama Smut-a-teer*

    Omg this was terrible. No wonder it was free

  20. 4 out of 5

    RoseAnn Bruns Zimmerman

    This book was super. I hope she does more!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    Loved the story although some typos and formatting issues detracted somewhat from my enjoyment.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Crystal

    loved that the main character wasn't glamorous and made herself look ugly in a way! Definitely not the everyday romance book!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mya

    my new favorite book

  24. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Campanella

    I really enjoyed this book! A lot of surprises!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Williams

    Cute book. I liked it..

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gina

    It was a bit edgy at the beginning of it but as I read the mid part, I grew more interested in it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Katrina

    It was good. The plot was good and the characters were good. But it needed to be edited.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Donna Porter

    This was a great love story between Tizzy and Grant. I was kind of an ugly duckling type story and I enjoyed it very much. A very good read

  29. 4 out of 5

    Becki Brannen

    Read it and wish I hadn't. Awful editing, cute-ish story. Wouldn't recommend.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Tasha

    This was a great book to read and you will enjoy it too

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