Twin sisters, food poisoning, brothers, and a honeymoon that becomes an unhoneymoon. Light, easy read.
Millie is one of the guys but...overall a good story.
This is an amazing collection of short essays from Lisa-Jo‘s life. The middle of so many different areas of life and exactly what I needed as I start my forties.
A young cabdriver named Ed. He is in love with his best friend Audrey, drinks coffee with his dog, and plays cards with his friends. Nobody thinks he‘ll amount to much. He happens to be at a bank that gets robbed, stops the robber, and then the first ace arrives in his mailbox. Great read!
Overall the author did a great job of writing about two people from WW2 that probably would have never been written about. Blanche and Claude Auzello are husband and wife. She was an American and he was a Frenchman. I honestly almost quit the book a time or two but I‘m glad I gave it a chance. It got better in the middle and I wouldn‘t have predicted the ending.
Reading about war zones through the eyes of a photographer is quite eye opening. Quite the read.
A very interesting story. A woman named Cussy who delivers books to people in the mountains with a mule. The relationships she made along the way with her patrons. So hard to be a woman of another color among a bunch of white people in the 1930s.
How many moms take time out for themselves while their kids still live at home? I know I don‘t get much alone time, even with teenagers in the house. After three years of being a single parent her husband shows back up and she gets some me time. I enjoyed this book.
So heartbreaking! A story of working in prison camps and the strong bonds of the prisoners through the eyes of a young teenage girl named Lina. I really don‘t think I could have endured what they all had to endure.