Wow, I had gotten behind reading this series but what luck having 2 to read and waiting for one more to come out! I really enjoyed the easy flow to the story lines and yes, you know things will work out in the end, but if you don't want a feel good read then walk out your door back to real life you go. These are my go to, make me find a corner in the afternoon, books I love so much!
Mischief Bay, 3: A Million Little Things (Paperback)
Arrives by Thursday, Jul 16
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Mischief Bay, 3
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Wow, I had gotten behi...
I have not read the fi...
I have not read the first two books in this series but luckily this book can be read as a stand alone novel. Although, if you want to know more about Pam and her story, you can read it in The Girls of Mischief Bay. Speaking of Pam; her and Miguel's relationship was filled with fun. They actually stole some of the spotlight away from Zoe and her story. That is ok as I loved every moment of Pam and Miguel. Yet, I enjoyed Zoe making the most of her new beginning. She could have just stayed as a homebody but than she would never have met Steven. So glad that everything was not just roses and kisses for them. It felt more real this way with a little drama in the mix. Finally, there is Jen. I could not fault her for treating her son, Jack like a fragile doll. He was her first. There is a reader discussion question regarding if me the reader applauds Jen for trying to find help for her son. I am glad that Jen did try to seek help. As the story progressed I warmed up to her a lot and felt she grew the most in this story. That last moment between her and Jack left my heart filled with joy. A Million Little Things is a wonderful read.
I really liked the fam...
I really liked the family dynamics at play in the third Mischief Bay story. It was fun to get back into the lives of some of the familiar characters, but also meet some new ones. I thought the apple didn't fall far from the tree regarding Jen's new mother stress and how Pam had changed so much in attitude from her growth filled first storyline in the first book. Zoe Salvidar is one of the new characters, and her storyline, (and trope) while compelling, seemed to lean more toward shock value than story. All in all, I have been enjoying Mallery's foray into women's fiction and think this series continues to get a bit better as it goes along.
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