Skipping a Beat
Publish date: September 1st 2011
Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Wonderful book! I just wish it wasn't so sad toward the end. I enjoyed seeing Julia and Michael fall in love again and how they learned that money isn't what leads happiness.
Wow! What a gut wrenching and heartfelt look at love, marriage & what really matters most in life. So, so good.
WOW...my immediate thought is just WOW! Sarah Pekkanen became one of my favorite authors after I read The Opposite of Me. She's become increasingly more so over the years as I've followed her on Facebook and read the short stories she has released. I don't know why it took me so long to read Skippin...
Julia has learned to live indifferent to her husband, Michael, but not indifferent to his wealthy lifestyle. A life altering event changes him. He vows to lay aside his wealth and woo her all over again. During this time Julia reviews their life together - from childhood sweetheart to the present...
GIVEAWAY posted on www.precisionreviews.blogspot.comJulia and Michael were high school sweethearts who met in a small West Virginia town. Desperate to flee from difficult childhoods, they move out of state immediately after graduation, go to college, and eventually marry. As the years quickly pass, ...
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