[Finding Tom Connor [BOOK] Free Reading Epub BY Sarah-Kate Lynch

REVIEW Finding Tom Connor

Molly Brown is having what you might call a shit day Her wedding dress has just revealed it can't contain than one bosom and the gorgeous man she was about to marry has just revealed that than one is his favourite number too If you're talking about women that isIn a desperate bid to escape her life as i. It was probably bad timing reading this book after Olivia Joules and the overactive imagination because Molly really got on my wick I d had enough of stupid females especially one who wears a wedding dress for days on end and takes no other clothing with her on an overseas trip I found that completely ludicrous and it annoyed me no end Aside from that it was an ok read but it was unfortunate to have to wade through pages and pages to reach a very brief epilogue to tie things up I was disappointed

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Finding Tom Connor

T horribly unravels before her very eyes Molly escapes to the other side of the world with her 4000 wedding dress and her terrifying aunt Vivian She embarks on a rollercoaster ride through the Irish countryside in search of her long lost uncle When she arrives in the seemingly sleepy seaside town of Bal. 25 starsI believe this is Lynch s debut book I ve read a couple others of hers published after this one and I can see the growth in her writing I really enjoyed the other two for the theme she built the story around She attempted to do that in this book as well but as with any writer she grew into it and her later books reflect that Molly is set to marry Jack in a few days and is doing one last dress fitting Unfortunately she finds out the dress fits but the fiance doesn t After Jack is exposed for who he really is and Molly exerts some energy letting others know how hurt she is the wedding is called off So the wedding is off the relationship is off but the wedding dress is staying on Molly won t take it off I never did uite understand why she wouldn t and I m not sure Lynch even knew herself why she had Molly continue to wear it Through a series of hungover and emotional decisions Molly finds herself jetting off to Ireland with her Aunt Vivienne in search of an Uncle they just discovered they have Once reaching Ireland and using land travel to get to the town of Ballymahoe a series of unfortunate events happens to Molly When she finally ends up in Ballymahoe she comes face to face with one of her unfortunate events during the trip A side story that starts before Molly s story and speeds up to intersect to hers is the story of Ballymahoe s draw to the general public Virgin Mary was sighted in 1969 and the town has been living off continued sightings for years But she hasn t appeared in about a month is it the new priest who has run her off or did she move on for other reasons If the town loses her then they lose their businesses and livelihood s but not if someone can come up with another way to keep Ballymahoe on the map Sometimes fate is a little messy and a lot chaotic before it delivers Like I said at the beginning Lynch has grown uite a bit as an author and this work reflects that if read after some of her later work For that reason I enjoyed reading it because I enjoy seeing and recognizing growth in an author Everyone has to start somewhere right Lynch s character development is decent in this title and her settings are authentic in feel It was not my favorite of the books she has written but neither was it a bad read I m glad that I had read a couple of her later works before this one so I knew ahead of reading this what her potential is in later titles

Sarah-Kate Lynch ↠ 1 READ

Lymahoe she has greasy hair a fractured arm a broken heart three extra kilos and no time at all for the charm of the localsFast paced wickedly funny and full of zest this is a debut novel from popular columnist Sarah Kate Lynch A story that will make you laugh and cry and think twice about your ancestor. I ve been busy with the holidays so it s been a couple of weeks since I finished this just didn t get around to reviewingI don t actually have too much to say about itIt was a really fun read I enjoyed the characters and the two separate plot lines and how ultimately they weaved together at the end I spent a lot of time trying to figure out what one had to do with the other so to see it all come together was uite fun I enjoyed Molly s story immensely I kept finding myself wanting to think that it was too much that no one had that much bad luck but she was so fun to follow along with and cheer for that I found myself entirely going along with it even as bad thing after bad thing happened Not to mentioned I loved that she rocked the wedding dress the entire booksuch a Miss Havisham move and it worked really well She was a great characterThe aunt annoyed me at times She seemed a little too mean and heartless and the explanation as to why was a little too much cliche But overall I enjoyed herMy biggest and really only full complaint is that I found the ending came a little too uick Like things with the guy she ended up with name withheld due to spoilers went from bad to good like that and we jumped to the epilogue without ever seeing it resolved Don t skip the big kiss authors justdon tBut really it was overall an enjoyable read


8 thoughts on “Finding Tom Connor

  1. says:

    It was probably bad timing reading this book after Olivia Joules and the overactive imagination because Molly really got on my wick I'd had enough of stupid females especially one who wears a wedding dress for days on end and takes

  2. says:

    Funny witty and a great holiday readLoved it awesome story hilarious Have read this twice now and would not hesitate to r

  3. says:

    Great read

  4. says:

    25 starsI believe this is Lynch's debut book I've read a couple others of hers published after this one and I can see the growth in her writing I really enjoyed the other two for the theme she built the story around She attempted to do that in this book as well but as with any writer she grew into it and her later books reflect that Molly is set to marry Jack in a few days and is doing one last dress fitting Unfortunately she finds out t

  5. says:

    I've been busy with the holidays so it's been a couple of weeks since I finished this just didn't get around to reviewingI don't actually have too much to say about itIt was a really fun read I enjoyed the characters and the two separate plot lines and how ultimately they weaved together at the end I spent a lot of time trying to figure out what one had to do with the other so to see it all come together was uite fun I

  6. says:

    FINDING TOM CONNOR by Sarah Kate LynchMolly is trying on her wedding dress when through the ground level changing room gap she sees a very sexy pair of red high heels standing very close to a pair of very familiar looking m

  7. says:

    Although Sarah Kate Lynch's books these days all have a mouth watering theme her earliest work Finding Tom Connor is eually satisfying From the first page I was riveted by the unexpected twists and turns unable to imagine where we were going

  8. says:

    This was mad but enjoyable Nice to read something that references NZ people and places