Friday, August 29, 2014

Book Club!!

Today is Book Club Friday!

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You can write about any book you want.

This week I'm sharing:



Here's the synopsis:
My name is Lizzie Connelly, and I have it all. The gorgeous apartment. The new job most women would rip out their own souls for—working for Margaret Emerson at Emerson & Taylor. I have one of those lives you’ve always dreamt about, the kind you only see on HBO. But, the thing is, that life is a lie. A fa├žade.

It all started with one call. “Everything you know about your story—your father’s story—is a lie. It’s up to you to uncover everything.” One call, and I turned my world upside down to dig my way into Margaret’s life—the woman who I’d never laid eyes on until recently. My stepmother who took everything after my father died fourteen years ago.

The plan was simple—figure out what role she played in my father’s death and expose her to the world.

But here’s another thing: simplicity doesn’t exist, and my plans are flawed from the beginning because I never anticipated Oliver. Sexy, too smart for his own goddamn good, and infuriating, he’s the one person who could blow my plans to uncover Margaret. She’s his mother, and in another life, that would have made him my stepbrother.

I want to pretend that none of that matters, that I can simply finish what I came to do without sparing him a second glance and another thought.

Like I said, though, there’s no such thing as simplicity.

My real name is Gemma Emerson.

And this is my story.

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Here are my thoughts:
This is the first Emily Snow book I've ever read.  I can't remember who recommended her, but I wish I could, because I want to thank them.  This book has it all: a little mystery, a little drama, a little heat, and a few twists along the way.  I found myself sitting for a few minutes after finishing this book and processing everything that happened.  It was a quick, short read, but didn't lack anything.


What are you currently reading??

3 comments:

Erin O'Riordan said...

Sounds great!

Christina said...

Someone else recently recommended Emily Snow. I need to check her out!

Erica M said...

Hmm.. that sounds like a pretty good read!

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