Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Gracious Living Without Servants - TLC Book Tour

Juliet has done the right thing all her life, and where’s it gotten her? She’s a thirty-year-old widow who’s had to move in with her parents.
Things start to look up when her glamorous—but married and much older—neighbor Seth seems to be flirting with her and his wife helps her land a job at a local paper.
Then she’s assigned to investigate Seth’s wife. Juliet is quickly immersed in lies, manipulation, and a deepening sex scandal. But she feels alive for the first time in a long time.
Maybe she needs to do the wrong thing for once. Or maybe she’s headed for disaster.

 I have to say that I didn't enjoy this book, it wasn't a story I could relate to in any sense and I didn't much care for the foul language or all the sex scenes.   I did try to give it a chance, and I will tell you that for the purpose of giving an honest review, I read all the way to the end.

I guess I just had a very different idea of what the book would be about, maybe the cover eluded to something else and it just ended up not being anything like I had thought. 

So unfortunately this book didn't work for me.

Thank you to TLC for providing a book for review.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for your honest review for the tour.


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