In our continuing quest to bring you the lowdown on even more books, here’s our latest batch of mini reviews. This time around, Em, Heather, Kristen, Lisa, Maria Rose and Mary share their thoughts on some of their recent reads.
Small Change by Roan Parrish
Ginger Holtzman owns and manages a tattoo shop in South Philly. As Small Change opens, the shop and an upcoming art show have left her overcommitted, overworked and understaffed. Fiercely independent, Ginger is prickly about accepting or asking for help – past relationships with men (she’s bi-sexual), and professional experience in the male dominated tattoo industry, have left her wary of appearing weak or vulnerable. Lonely and overwhelmed, she’s struggling to find balance when she meets Christopher Lucen, the handsome owner of the coffee and sandwich shop she sometimes frequents.
Christopher is LITERALLY Ginger’s opposite in every way – temperament, appearance, faith, family background […]