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She, Myself & I Paperback – September 27, 2005
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The second novella is from Sophie's point of view. Sophie, who was pregnant during Paige's story, has just had a baby, Ben. Sophie hates her husband, Aidan, for not helping out enough with Ben, and she hates him even more when she gets a load of his favorite websites. And her son's pediatrician is looking awfully good.
The third novella is from Mickey's point of view. Mickey is the youngest sister and still trying to figure out what she wants to do with her life, career-wise. She got into Brown Medical School, but she's not so sure she wants to go there. Culinary school is looking good to her. And then there's that married...or is he separated? chef at the restaurant where she works. But she can't tell her family she doesn't want to go to med school.
I enjoyed this book a lot. It moved at fast pace, and Whitney Gaskell did a good job of developing full characters that the reader can care about. The girls felt real, and each one had a sharp, quirky voice. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading about sisters, their love lives and career dilemmas.
A bit predictable at times, but still an enjoyable read. I'd recommend it, but I also feel that Whitney Gaskell has better books out there than this one. But this one is good for a quick, light read when you need something along those lines.
If you enjoyed her previous books, or love chick lit, you'll enjoy reading this book too.
While Sophie struggles with raging hormones, the carpenter she hired Zack is interested in dating Paige, who changes her mind about her male taboo. Complicating their relationship is that Sophie insists he is her carpenter, her parents, who angrily divorced years ago, are making morning coffee together, and Mickey seems destined for a broken heart.
SHE, MYSELF, & I is an intriguing character study that concentrates predominately on the oldest sister, but also provides strong looks at the younger siblings. Paige and Mickey are fine protagonists, but the zany pregnant Sophie steals the show with her decision making and declarations that drive everyone crazy. Whitney Gaskell writes a lighthearted romp that showcases sisterly love and support amidst all types of tribulations.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Me, Myself, and I is a great story about sisters, men, and family told from three different perspectives. A great read that I'd recommend to others.Published on April 18, 2014 by Steffy92115
Well done. Ending felt sudden.
Would reccommend to others. Good read.
Please read. Will read other titles. 3 sisters. Go.
It's sad really that there were so many missed opportunities for this to be a thoroughly engaging book. Read morePublished on December 2, 2008 by nodice
I thoroughly enjoyed this engaging and entertaining book about three very different sisters at very different points in their lives. Read morePublished on October 22, 2007 by Jennifer M.
Three sisters - Paige, Sophie, and Mickey - share the lead in this character-driven book. Each sister has a `section' within the book, where the story is told from her perspective. Read morePublished on December 21, 2005 by Butterscotch
This book is divided into thirds so that Paige, Sophie, and Mickey Cassel, get to tell you their own stories. Read morePublished on November 19, 2005 by N. Larrabee
SHE, MYSELF & I is a light, fluffy trifle of a novel --- a charming tale of three compassionate, flawed and perfectly human sisters. Read morePublished on October 28, 2005 by Amazon Customer
I loved this book! It was an easy book to read and I couldn't put it down. I love how the story is told in sections and I think that there is a lot of potential at the end of the... Read morePublished on October 23, 2005 by sharn3960