Prior to RT, Jane and Sarah sat down to talk about a thoughtful and thought-provoking letter from a reader named Sue, who asked about our thought process when writing reviews, and whether we feel self-conscious around authors sometimes (short answer: of course, yes).
Jane also attempts to recommend a book to Sarah – which often does not go well, since they have opposite taste in books.
The book (just one! Eep!) that we talk about in this podcast is The Lucky Charm by Beth Bolden.
Harper Poole’s Harvard MBA and killer instincts have made her a high-powered assistant at a software firm that generates billions. No one would ever guess she’s been keeping a secret: that she isn’t the trust fund baby everyone thinks she is, but was really raised in a trailer park in western Pennsylvania.
Harper has a great life and has everything she wants—except love. But a one-night stand at a wedding with the bride’s brother can help take a girl’s mind off anything.
Kevin Rossi is a superstar major league catcher who can have any woman he wants. So when Harper discovers she’s pregnant after their one night of passion, she has no intention of making any demands on him. It will just be another secret to keep.
But when the two meet again a year later, Harper wrestles with her choice—especially when her heart longs for the father of her baby…
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