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10 thoughts on “Every Little Thing

  1. says:

    there was nothing in this book to make me care about Mason There was nothing connecting the different parts of the book to each otherthings kept happening but the characters didn't become filled out and the main character didn't grow as a person This book was pretty pointless

  2. says:

    I liked this book well enough

  3. says:

    Not what I expected Wouldn’t necessarily recommend it but I did finish it

  4. says:

    The Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood Life on the Refrigerator Door The Last Time I Saw Mother It seems like I've been gravitating to mother daughter books lately and here is another one I received an ARC of this story from NetGalley and read and finished it in one sitting The book is not that long the story itself just below 2

  5. says:

    Imagine a newspaper columnist who is part Joan Rivers RIP and part Edina Monsoon from “Absolutely Fabulous” Now imagine this newspaper columnist is your motherIn Pamela Klaffke’s second novel Every Little Thing the protagonist Mason McDonald doesn’t have to imagine Her mother was the notorious Britt Castleman a San Francisco based

  6. says:

    EVERY LITTLE THING by Pamela KlaffkePublished by Harleuin Mira BooksISBN 13 9780778329237 0778329232 I received an ARC EBook Bound galley Editio

  7. says:

    Kathy’s ReviewEvery Little Thing by Pamela Klaffke is an entertaining novel about motherdaughter relationships Mason McDonald’s self imposed fifteen year exile to a small Canadian town comes to an end when her famous or should I saw infamous? mother Britt unexpected passes away during a medical procedure Forced to live in San Francisco until Britt’s estate is settled Mason’s life takes many unanticipated and surprising tu

  8. says:

    I enjoyed Snapped but I was disappointed to find that this book is about a woman who is essentially the same character Added to that apparent lack of creativity there's nothing in this story that makes me feel much empathy t

  9. says:

    I always feel guilty when I dislike a book Every author has a story to tell and no one person's story is valid than another's That said I basically read this entire book because it started out pretty badly and I was waiting for it to

  10. says:

    I started reading this book just cuz I sorta liked the premise seeing as not much of a summary is given I should have put the book down immediately after picking it up It turned into whining and complaining almost from the start Then in an odd turn of events the main character who is pregnant starts like smoking and drinking and then professes that her progressive pregnancy is her right and is a great thing Id

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FREE READ õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ð Pamela Klaffke

Every Little Thing

Before there were mommy bloggers there was Britt San Francisco's brassy scandal ueen filled her newspaper column with juicy details of her many marriages cosmetic surgeries and everything about her only daughter MasonThen Britt dies Suddenly and in spectacularly embarr. there was nothing in this book to make me care about Mason There was nothing connecting the different parts of the book to each otherthings kept happening but the characters didn t become filled out and the main character didn t grow as a person This book was pretty pointless

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Er own doingStruggling to define herself as anything other than Britt Junior Mason soon discovers that Britt's intensely public life still holds some secrets And though the overgrown teen rebel has always favored combat boots she may yet walk a mile in her mother's sho. I always feel guilty when I dislike a book Every author has a story to tell and no one person s story is valid than another s That said I basically read this entire book because it started out pretty badly and I was waiting for it to get better which never happened I felt no sympathy or connection to the main character whose only redeeming uality for me was that no matter what bad choices I have made in my life I m nowhere near as bad as she is Which led me to wonder did the author deliberately create a character with the intention for her readers to spend the entire book passing judgment I can t see how that would be a positive concept Frankly it made me not want to read anything else the author has written

FREE READ õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ð Pamela Klaffke

Assing fashion So Mason now thirty five and vehemently un Britt like in every way returns home to settle her affairsthough some affairs are not so easy to settleNow caught in her own sordid debacle Mason finds herself thrust back into the spotlight and this time it's h. EVERY LITTLE THING by Pamela KlaffkePublished by Harleuin Mira BooksISBN 13 9780778329237 0778329232 I received an ARC EBook Bound galley Edition from NetGalley at no cost to me for my honest opinion Synopsis borrowed from NetGalley If it s not one thing it s her mother Before there were mommy bloggers there was Britt San Francisco s brassy scandal ueen filled her newspaper column with juicy details of her many marriages cosmetic surgeries and everything about her only daughter Mason Then Britt dies Suddenly and in spectacularly embarrassing fashion So Mason now thirty five and vehemently un Britt like in every way returns home to settle her affairsthough some affairs are not so easy to settle Now caught in her own sordid debacle Mason finds herself thrust back into the spotlight and this time it s her own doing Struggling to define herself as anything other than Britt Junior Mason soon discovers that Britt s intensely public life still held some secrets And though the overgrown teen rebel has always favored combat boots she may yet walk a mile in her mother s shoes My Thoughts and Opinion After reading the above synopsis I thought this would be a perfect match for me to read It was categorized as a humorous adult read and I assumed it was also going to be a chick lit book When I first started accepting reuests I would read a minimum of 100 pages to decide if a book would go into a DNF pile until an author and I had a discussion about my policy He told me that a reader should be pulled into the story line a lot sooner than 100 pages so I changed my policy to 50 pages I was very much looking forward to reading this book after have just completing a few in the mystery genre However to much disappointment I struggled even to get to page 50 It was not at all what I thought it was going to be For 50 pages I was searching for what the plot was because all I was reading about were 5 adults that were in their late twenties early thirties and related by being step brothers andor sisters And in those first 50 pages what I did learn of these 5 adults was that they enjoyed drinking where they were drinking and what they were drinking and what their actions were from drinking Unfortunately this book had to go in the DNF pile It was not a book for me Maybe if I had my old Review Policy of 100 pages I would have been pulled into the story line but the 50 page limit did not grab me Or then maybe it is because I am not a twenty or thirty something and will leave it at that My Rating 1

  • Paperback
  • 256
  • Every Little Thing
  • Pamela Klaffke
  • English
  • 09 May 2019
  • 9780778329237