A.J. Fikry Character Analysis
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One night, A.J. Fikry was at his bookstore with just a few of his employees. He was very grumpy that night (missing his wife) and you could probably assume that he did not want to talk to anybody.
Amelia, the bookseller, knocked on the door of the bookstore. A pretty short man, maybe a few years older than her answered the door. She could tell that he was not happy.
A.J. let Amelia come in to show him the books that he would probably never like. He sat down, while Amelia stood, and only slightly liked the way one book sounded. He kept it.
It had been several months since A.J. had seen Amelia and he felt terribly sorry for how he acted. The book she had given him, she had read, and it was amazing! It was about a man who fell in love when he was 70 years old and he enjoyed in dearly!
When Amelia comes for the summer log, A.J. definitely feels different about her than the first time he had met her. He has small crush on her, so he decides to take her to the second nicest restaurant in town.
Finally, several years later, Amelia and A.J. had gotten married and had a happy rest of their life.
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