Jackie Harrison is a civilian working for the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. She loves her job, at least until she’s forced to share her space with a new instructor, Lt. Col. Joseph Gallagher.
Joe is a pilot, forced behind a desk because of rehabilitating migraines. He’s a charmer, and doesn’t seem to know how to take no for an answer. Joe forces his way into Jackie’s life, taking her along when he wants to play tourist, find a church home, or even go across the street for lunch.
When Joe turns Jackie’s grandmother’s weekly bridge game into poker night, Jackie thinks Joe’s gone too far. She starts a blog to complain about her new cubicle neighbor. But then her blog seems to suddenly become the new great attraction. What is she to do when her blog is featured on TV and Joe starts reading it?
I loved The Cubicle Next Door. Jackie is a realistic and loveable heroine, and Joe is a sweetheart in a flight suit. Jackie is smart and sassy, and Joe is just a dear (if a little bossy.) The faith message is expertly woven in.
I couldn’t put The Cubicle Next Door down, and had to keep reading to see what happens next. It is the perfect book to curl up with next to a roaring fire as Autumn’s chill begins to seep in. Grab your favorite hot beverage and pick up The Cubicle Next Door today.