Friday, November 4, 2011


I grabbed the book, Semi-Sweet by Roisin Meaney when Borders was going out of business and it was 80% off.  I do judge new books by their cover unless they come well recommended and so far that system has worked out for me.

This novel appealed to me for a couple reasons- the title, the price, the fact that cupcakes were involved, and the main character was named Hannah Robinson (which is the name of a friend of mine).  Considering these were the motivators for my purchase, I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it.

The entire book rotates through a few main characters' love lives and everything is somehow interconnected.  The concept reminded me a lot of the movie, Love Actually, which I also liked.

That's all I'm going to share for now... to be honest, I just wanted to get some sort of post up for you guys and figured committing to this (since it was recent) was a good way to get back on track. Let me know if you are really interested in more about the book though- I'd be happy to share.

1 comment:

  1. That's pretty exciting. Characters with the name Hannah are usually A) servants, or B) psychotic children. Might have to read this one.



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