Book Review: Minor Adjustments by Rachael Renee Anderson


Chicago businessman and bachelor Devon Pierce doesn’t want to be appointed guardian of Australian four-year-old Ryan Caldwell – but Ryan’s solicitor, Stella Walker, won’t take no for an answer. Little does Devon know that this “minor” adjustment will grant him a future he never expected to have. Told in a fast-paced, poignant, and witty style, Minor Adjustments will take you on a journey filled with humor, growth, romance, and love.

I was excited to get this book in the mail. I love Rachael – she has always been so kind and generous towards me – thus her book got bumped right to the top of my review pile 🙂

Minor Adjustments was a fun, quirky, entertaining book. I knew from the start how this book would end up but was pleasantly surprised by some of the twists and turns the story took to get there. They kept me engaged and interested throughout the book. The silly facts that Stella was constantly sharing and the Australian culture added to the fun side of this book. The characters were easy to relate to and I found myself cheering them on and hoping for their plans to succeed.

Minor Adjustments is a great story with wonderful characters that I highly recommend.

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Source: From Author/Publisher for Review

Content: Clean

Minor Adjustments by Rachael Renee Anderson was released on August 8, 2011 by Cedar Fort.