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After a brutal divorce cost 28-year-old Georgia Stanton her New York City flat, her circle of friends, and her sense of self-worth, she had to start over. She’s had to cope with Noah Harrison, the million-book-selling novelist whose covers always show almost-kissing couples, ever since she returned to Colorado to her great-grandmother’s house. She refuses to have her grandmother’s unfinished work finished by the gorgeous author of romance novels since he is just as pompous in person as he is in interviews.
Right now, Noah is at the peak of his success. The current literary “golden boy” has pretty much done it all, what with all the book and movie agreements. But he can’t abandon what could be the best book of the century, the one his literary hero, Scarlett Stanton, abandoned. Creating a proper conclusion for the iconic novelist is challenging enough, but doing so while also accommodating her beautiful, obstinate, and cynical great-granddaughter, Georgia, is a whole other ballgame.
It becomes clear why Scarlett never finished writing the novel based on her real-life romance with a World War II pilot when they read her comments in the manuscript and her collection of letters. Georgia is determined to learn from her great-grandmother’s mistakes and resist falling in love with Noah, despite their obvious chemistry and connection. This may involve undermining Noah’s professional success.
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After reading Scarlett’s comments in the manuscript and her collection of letters, they can see why she never finished writing the novel based on her real-life romance with a World War II pilot. Despite their evident chemistry and connection, Georgia is determined to learn from her great-grandmother’s mistakes and not fall in love with Noah. As a result, it’s possible that we’ll have to undermine Noah’s career.
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I can’t cry any more. The unexpected turn in Rebecca Yarros story left me reeling. Wow. It was fantastic, and it made me love the narrative even more. Both plots were complementary and functioned nicely together. Truth be told, I preferred the backstory to the present day plot. The 1940s setting and the author’s chillingly realistic, genuine prose only served to increase the impact. Along with Jameson, my favourite members of Georgia’s family were her great-grandmother Scarlett and her sister Constance. Wow, what a heroic romance. The one happening right now with Georgia and Noah, who is finishing Scarlett’s novel, is also fantastic.
All the affection in The Things We Leave Unfinished was palpable. In the language and the narrative as a whole.