Easily Amused [Karen McQuestion, Kate Rudd] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. For twenty-nine-year-old Lola Watson, life is finally . Easily Amused by Karen McQuestion – book cover, description, publication history. Karen McQuestion is an American fiction writer who has written books for adults, children and Works. Books for adults. A Scattered Life; Easily Amused; The Long Way Home; Hello Love.
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Return to Book Page. May 28, Shelli rated it it was ok. Please let me know if this is decent to good book? Then it all went downhill It felt like she ran out of time so just wrapped up the whole story in the last few pages. I say, kudos to Ms. Just Uggggh with this. Boring It was one of those books you finish because your hope it gets better. But piercing her fondest memories is her sharpest grief – the death of her beloved grandmother, when Charity stopped believing in the magical healing power of the weeping willow that still casts a shadow on their property.
Life gets more complicated when Piper sets Lola up with a good-looking stranger who turns out to be the talk of her neighborhood–the mystery man from across the street.
Victoria Connelly Narrated by: It’s like a Lifetime movie in book form.
The characters seem to need more development especially Mindy and Ryan and the story moves very quickly. I didn’t trash it entirely but the leading lady mcqquestion so whiney, it was a toss up whether to continue or not!
Easily Amused by Karen McQuestion [Review]
Your typical unmarried, almost thirty woman finds herself with a few love interests, quirky neighbors and a total brat of a sister. The story had lots of potential and could have been far better. Click Mcquestoon Have iTunes to open it now. If Apple Books doesn’t open, click the Books app in your Dock. Description For twenty-nine-year-old Lola Watson, life is finally looking up: Want to Read saving…. She shot through all the roadblocks writers usually encounter on the way to publishing a book and brought two of her manuscripts out on the Mcauestion, where they are selling briskly.
Oct 16, Siobhan Slone rated it it was ok. I thought this book was awful. So this rating is not based on the author at kareen but just the storyline: Yet here she is, watching her car literally go up in smoke – along with her last-ditch hope of staying with her cousin in Louisiana.
If you’re looking for what I was, this book delivers. His actions make little sense. Such is the case with Easily Amused a title that I don’t feel makes a ton of sense at allwhich is largely a amuswd love triangle romance. Just weird errors that shout have been caught. Great, fun, easy read that definitly took my mind off my day-to-day stresses. Great setup, but payoff not so much.
So glad I didn’t spend money on it.
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I wanted to like this book. Sure, I’m a guy who doesn’t have a job he likes, a house, or a couple of women fawning over him, but everything else I can relate to. Trivia About Easily Amused. I actually hated them all.
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It was a nice light read and good for what I needed at the time, but I wouldn’t pick up anything else from the author. I don’t recommend this book. I’m hoping for the former, but I’m getting a sense it might go in the latter. She was jealous of her younger sister, jealous of the attention her best friend gave to her karfn. I’m sorry, I’m really sorry.
When Jancy spies a Help Wanted sign hanging in the window of the quaint Strawberry Hearts Diner, the memories of the two years she spent there as a teenager – and the lure of the diner’s beloved strawberry tarts – are enough to draw her in and plant her feet Matt Dunn Narrated by: After chasing her pretend fiancee Ryan just to get even with her wicked sister Mindy, Lola is terribly hurt and discovers that lesson before it’s too late.
Raised by a narcissistic single mother, Charity’s only sense of a loving home comes from childhood summers spent with Gramps and Grandma. And this time, I had to. Carolyn Brown Narrated by: