Monday, October 10, 2016

2016 book 167

Eloise Jarvis McGraw's Greensleeves
Whenever I reread a book, I am always struck by which parts stuck with me, and which I didn't remember at all. In this case, I remembered a teenage girl going undercover as a beehived waitress to investigate the beneficiaries of an unusual will--and learning a lot about herself along the way. I vaguely remembered that there was a romance, but not the somewhat intense love triangle. (I actually recently recommended this to someone who wanted to read something gentle, without much romance--whoops.) Still, the focus is very much on this girl's coming of age story, and I once again enjoyed it very much.

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