Jason is not happy with his attitude toward the receptionist; it isn’t her fault he is having a bad day. He plans on apologizing later for his rudeness. What he didn’t plan on was his attraction to her when they met.
Jason is in the process of buying out Centennial. Michelle is doing her best to prevent the buy out. His reputation for replacing all the old employees after one of these transactions does not sit well with her. These people are her friends; they need their jobs and the benefits it offers. Things are awkward between them over this matter—probably because they are so attracted to each other. But both have grown to distrust the people from each other’s "world." Can they manage to develop a union of trust despite their past histories?
Michelle’s son, David, and Jason’s son, Matthew, have become best friends. They attempt to come up with a plan to marry off their respective parents. After all, it is nearly Christmas, and that is a time of miracles...isn’t it? They feel things are progressing great, until an unknown factor brings things to a screeching halt! Will things be resolved in time for the boys’ Christmas miracle?
If you like to read stories with strong characters, HE SAID, SHE SAID, would be a good one for you.
Michelle and Jason both know exactly what they want in their life, and they are not afraid to go after it. They both have faults of their own, yet are very likable, "real" people you can relate to. It was fun reading Ms. Boettiger’s book, and one started I couldn’t stop reading until I reached the end. A great, quick read I am glad to add to my collection.