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The Secret Dreams of Sarah-Jane Quinn: A Harper & Lyttle novel Paperback – August 18, 2012
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The telling of Sarah and Gus' story manifests love, joy, peace, patience, gentleness, goodness and the humor that comes with the security of knowing one is as worthy as another of acceptance and love. These are the ingredients that gives us strength and courage to accept and stand up for who we are. This is an endearing story that test all the emotions and I highly recommend it. After all, the greater pleasures are rooted in the heart.
The book is riddled with sophmoric pranks (I'm not judging here, I think they're hilarious and am known to have partaken in a prank or two!) and the after hours outings between the workers are fun, realistic and it's easy to relate. What's not easy to relate to is how the underlings in the cube farm are asked to participate in the selection process of a new boss. I've never experienced or heard of such a thing. There are quite a few things like this in the book that take away from an otherwise good read. Oh and one more thing, the main character is a blogger and the book is punctuated with her blog posts which are boring at best and totally disrupt the momentum of the story line. I just flipped past them.
Overall it's an okay book but not one that should be at the top of your summer reading list.
One of my bad habits is to read the end of the book after I've read the first few chapters. I don't like surprises and I wanted to find out who she ended up with. I also like to see how the main character ends up with who she does. Well, even though I knew who she ended up with, the end of the book still surprised me. I was literally in tears at the twist at the end, one I did not see coming.
This is not your ordinary run of the mill romance, it's so much better.