The Reading Circle
This lighthearted, cozy read brought a smile to my face. Lovers of small town fiction are going to fall in love with The Reading Circle. --Marie Bostwick, author of Between Heaven and Texas Welcome to the quirky town of Cherico, Mississippi, where potluck meetings at the local library provide a... show more
This lighthearted, cozy read brought a smile to my face. Lovers of small town fiction are going to fall in love with The Reading Circle. --Marie Bostwick, author of Between Heaven and Texas Welcome to the quirky town of Cherico, Mississippi, where potluck meetings at the local library provide a feast for mind and stomach alike...If some folks had their way, the Cherico library would have shut down long ago. Councilman Durden Sparks aims to divert funding to a cause dear to his heart and his wallet. With the aid of gumption and good friends, librarian Maura Beth Mayhew has finagled a one-year reprieve, and the burgeoning book club is raising the library s profile one mouthwatering meeting at a time. But more members mean more opinions...While the Forrest Gump-themed shrimp dishes are a universal hit, meetings don t always go according to plan. Between spirited debate over book choices and surprising revelations and relationship hiccups including Maura Beth s fledgling romance there s a lot to discuss. And just when bad luck threatens to finish the library for good, the Cherry Cola Book Club may learn that the best stories have twists and heroes you never expected... Prepare to be charmed by the folks of Cherico and root for Maura Beth, the intrepid librarian determined to make books one more tie that binds them all together. --Ronlyn Domingue, author of The Mercy of Thin Air
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: A Cherry Cola Book Club (#2)
The Reading Circle by Ashton LeeRead the first book in this series and glad to see it continue. Such great ideas for keeping the library open and the community using it for many things.Although it should help prove to the town council of its usefulness there is the old boy network at play still that...