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It's been an interesting year so far. I've lost both my Moms. My mother died in January after a long decline. Soon after, my Mother-in-Law went in for bypass surgery. While her heart healed, other issues zapped her strength and she died April 22.

I may have challenge update posts but I don't know when I'll be posting regularly or when I'll get to visit everyone who is working on the challenges I'm hosting.

Friday, June 19, 2009

Friday Finds: Busy Woman Seeks Wife

MizB at Should be Reading hosts the weekly event Friday Finds.
The idea is to share, every Friday, about books that you’ve recently discovered (never heard of before) that sound really good!

Every Friday, those who have blogs will write a post at their own blog, and then come back and leave others a link to follow on that week’s “Friday Finds” post here at Should Be Reading. For those who don’t blog, you can just tell us about your “Friday Finds” in a comment on that week’s post. )

Let’s try to keep this clean… that’s all I ask, okay?

I found this one at Real Simple's No-Obligation Book Club. It is their June book. ~The book club sounds nice and I may be joining up!~

at amazon.com....
From Publishers Weekly
Its title alone should win this frothy fantasy a following among harried gals juggling craven ambition and goddess like domesticity. It can't hurt that Sanders, the pseudonym for Brit writing partners Annie Ashworth and Meg Sanders, has been there and done that (Goodbye, Jimmy Choo). Here, the duo take traditional gender roles and turn them upside down with busy sportswear marketer Alex and perennially out-of-work actor Frankie. Alex realizes she needs somebody to cook, clean, run errands and babysit her imperious mom, Bean, and through a series of mishaps she ends up with Frankie—a wacky twist that plays out with all the predictable pratfalls. But a tepid love story gets a shot of adrenaline from strong supporting characters, including diva Bean, who strikes just the right balance between fragile and fierce. Delightfully harebrained, there's a method to everyone's madness and an unwavering moral compass: follow your heart, trust your family and friends—and don't be too quick to judge the hired help. (Apr.)
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Looks like this is a trade paperback, published by 5 Spot in April 2009 and is 320 pages

1 comment:

Number One Novels said...

I love the idea of Friday Finds! Of course, I already have more books to be read on my shelves than I can actually read within the next year, so the Friday Finds might be dangerous for me...or for my boyfriend. :)

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