Friday, May 30, 2014

Book Club!!


Today is Book Club Friday!

To link up, all you have to do is grab the button (above) and link up (below)!

You can write about any book you want.

This week I'm sharing:



Here's the synopsis:

Erin Easter, one of three Erins in the small senior class of rural Blackwell High School who not only share a first name, but also their birthday. Erin Easter, raised by a neglectful single mom, keeps to herself and admires Weston Gates from afar. The other Erins, Erin A. and Erin M. are the darlings of the community: daughters of the two wealthiest families in town, best friends, cheerleaders, and everything Erin Easter isn't--and they never let her forget it. Erin A. has even claimed Weston since the 8th grade.

Weston is a well-liked star athlete, and the son of two prominent attorneys. He struggles daily with the pressures of living up to his family name and secretly empathizes with Erin Easter's feeling that she belongs somewhere else; in a different life. Not until he begins sneaking nights out with Erin does he gain the courage to buck expectations and acknowledge his feelings ... both for his future, and for her.

But when a shocking tragedy rocks the tiny town, Erin's life is turned upside down in the best way possible. But when the truth is revealed and everything Erin thinks she wanted falls into her lap, life only becomes more complicated.
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Here are my thoughts:
I seriously love Jamie McGuire.  I don't think that's been any secret around here.  My only complaint is that Happenstance was so short.  Not that it's a valid complaint- it's advertised as a novella.  And the next part of the series comes out this summer.  But I'm impatient and I want to stomp my feet and cry until I have more.


What are you currently reading??


2 comments:

Sarah said...

I love/hate short books so much. I love that I can get through them quickly, but for the ones I really get into, I hate that they end so early. Have a great weekend!

Sarah
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Erin O'Riordan said...

I'd read it just because of all the Erins. I went to a college full of Irish Catholic girls, so I know the feeling. We made more than three, though.

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