Thursday, February 9, 2012

Southern Fried Sushi by Jennifer Rogers Spinola

Good entertaining and uplifting story. Will certainly read follow book.
Shiloh Jacobs at first did not think much about her but I started to care and even cried in the book. Shiloh is working in Japan at a newspaper, has won rewards.spends way too much and takes short cut at work.
Her mom is back in the states dies. Shiloh goes for funeral and her life falls apart. One thing after another happens to her and she is stuck in Virgina.
She meets friends of her moms that are church goers and they keep giving her a hand and sharing what helps them get threw the trials.
Shiloh learns about her mom how she has changed for the better. Learns a lot of lifes lessons. It does have scriptures and examples of how we grow but it flows together without being too preachy. It makes for a charming story that I want more of.
The characters are a wide range that are well rounded. Some of the characters you can really see them and feel for them.
Shiloh grows a lot and takes responsibilty for her past actions. She gets mad and acts out but is not afraid to apoligize after.
Its a good book I highly recommend it.  I was given this ebook to read in exchange for honest review from Netgalley.
10/01/2011 PUB Barbour Publishing, Inc.

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