Monday, April 8, 2013

Book Spotlight: Bella Summer Takes A Chance by Michele Gorman

I recently had the chance to read Bella Summer Takes A Chance by Michele Gorman (my review will be posted on April 19th) and I really enjoyed it. I was asked to do a book spotlight for it, and agreed because it's such a refreshing read in the women's fiction/chick lit genre.

Bella's career and relationship are her life's foundationwear: not glamorous and perhaps a bit binding, but supportive enough... until she realizes that they are not enough. Her life is sagging badly. She's never been in love with her boyfriend, despite a decade together. And somehow she stopped being a musician-with-a-day-job and became a consultant-who-was-musical. So she takes a terrifying leap of faith, leaving her relationship and resolving to follow her musical dreams no matter what.

Unfortunately, the life you walk away from doesn't always let you walk away.

With a wonderfully warm and witty cast of friends, all navigating between their ideals and the realities they face, together they'll find out what love and compromise really mean in this empowering tale about grasping life with both hands.

Buy Links: 
Amazon Kindle | Amazon Paperback | B & N Nook | kobo
Author Bio: 

Michele Gorman is the best-selling author of Single in the City, Misfortune Cookie and The Twelve Days to Christmas. She also writes commercial fiction (historical, young adult) under the pen name Jamie Scott. Born and raised in the US, Michele has lived in London for 15 years.

Where to find Michele: 
Website | Blog | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads |