Friday, April 1, 2016
Review: 40 Something: Safety by Shannon Peel
Here is what the book is about. Rose is a mother who believes family is the most important thing in the world. She finds herself in a vulnerable situation and she worries about her family's safety. How does one keep their children safe in a dangerous world?
Charlie is a busy divorce attorney. It is her turn to have her son. She shares custody of her son with her ex. After a long night and an early morning she is exhausted and the added demands of work and child are having their toll. When pulled two directions which should a woman choose, kid or work?
Justine has the perfect husband and the perfect life, however it's lacking something. Sometimes danger can add spice to one's life, or not. How does a woman find passion when the most exciting thing that's happened in a long time is a confrontation with a bully?
Sophie has been whisked away by her friend's sister to Lindsay's place to hide from her abusive ex husband. Sophie has never been safe and is not at all comfortable with Lindsay's hospitality. How can one trust a stranger's kindness when the one you love has always hurt you?
Lindsay wants Sophie and her kids to stay with her to fill a hole deep inside her. Is she moving to fast?
To find out the answers to these questions you need to pick p this book and read it. I would recommend you read the first book 40 Something: Sunday Dinner first so you won't get lost in this one.
I really liked this book. It is a short read. The kindle version is 60 pages. I hope the author writes more installments of this series.