I received a free copy of The Happy Accidents by Jamie Beck at no charge for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
About The Happy Accidents:
Three women wake up to the consequences of one impulsive pact in an insightful novel about friendship, love, and fulfillment by Wall Street Journal bestselling author Jamie Beck.
While at a casino to celebrate her birthday, Jess Clarke proposes a pact to her reserved sister, Liz, and their childhood friend Chloe: the three women will say yes to any adventure that comes their way. Jess is mourning her recent divorce, so the other two reluctantly agree. Twelve hours later, they awaken to the shocking consequences of their behavior.
A viral video throws Liz’s career and reputation into question. A major loss at the craps table rocks the foundation of Chloe’s staid marriage. And Jess’s desperate bid to unblock her artistic creativity results in a life-changing choice. Staring down the crossroads, each woman finds her relationships―with herself, with each other, and with loves both old and new―tested. At every turn, they struggle not to let fear decide their fates. Will they give in, or will their misadventures lead to the greatest fulfillment of all?
About the Author:
What starts as a girls’ night out ends in life altering decisions for the women at the heart of this involving story of family, friendship and the faulty definition of freedom some seek within the confines of relationships.
Two sisters and a friend are out celebrating and make a decision to just say yes to whatever crosses their paths. This leads to some excitement and some trouble for all three of them. After the fun is over they all have to live with the consequences of their actions. Will that result in positives or negatives? Well, you know I am not going to give any big secrets away!
As you know I don’t read a lot of “girlfriend” books but now and again a synopsis will appeal and this one did. I was very glad I chose to dive in to this story because I found it to be a very intriguing concept for a book – what if stories always are. In this case the author present three strong women and yet they are also flawed so that makes them very, very human.
Once I started I really did have a hard time putting it down and I found myself very involved in all of the lives of these three women. It was a tale about life, it’s ability to surprise and the way we all adapt to what it throws at us.
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