November 25, 2013 · 6:47 am
Title: Someone Else’s Love Story
Author: Joshilyn Jackson
Source: from publisher for SheReads book club
Review Summary: This book was so good I practically forgot to take notes, with spectacularly unique and believable characters driving a fascinating plot.
Single mother Shandi is deeply, lovingly devoted to her brilliant three year old son, so when the handsome William steps between her son and an armed robber, she immediately loves him too. Unfortunately for Shandi, William is still barely recovering from a devastating tragedy in his life and he has some secrets of his own. Their interaction will help both of them find out what they want and what they need as their lives shift around them. Continue reading →
Filed under Contemporary, Fiction, Romance, Women's Fiction
Tagged as book, book club, books, fiction, hope, love, romance, science, women's fiction
April 3, 2012 · 12:10 am
This week the Monday Musings question is the following: Do you belong to any book clubs — face-to-face, or online? If so, how long have you been with the group(s)? If not, why?
March was actually my first month doing any group reads. I really enjoyed reading Cinder with my YA goodreads group and there was a decent amount of discussion (a lot of which centered around how sad we all were when the book ended!). I also liked the Reading Buddies discussion lead by Erin Reads for A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. There was less interaction for this group, but I really like the book selections Erin has lined up for the next two months. I’d also like to start participating in the book club run by The Cheap Reader, although so far they’ve been reading books I’ve already read. Fortunately, she takes suggestions so I’ll have to come up with my a good book club book to suggest 🙂
Feel free to answer the Monday Musing question yourself, either here or on the blog of the memes host, Should Be Reading. Are you in any book clubs?