[PDF / Epub] ✅ Sammys Hill (Samantha Joyce, #1) ⚣ Kristin Gore – Survivingtheholocaust.us

Sammys Hill (Samantha Joyce, #1) Comedy Writer And Middle Daughter Of Al Gore, Kristin Gore Has Written A Funny And Moving Debut Novel About Life On Capitol Hill As Seen Through The Eyes Of Samantha Joyce, A Twenty Six Year Old Health Care Analyst To Ohio Junior Senator Robert Gary Hard Working, Idealistic, Extremely Competent As Well As Neurotic And Prone To Daydreaming, Sammy, As She S Known To Her Friends, Has Little Time For Anything, Much Less A Relationship But In The Midst Of Lobbying And Late Night Dinners At The Office, She Meets Aaron Driver, Who Is Hot, Smart, And Sweet, And Who, After A Night Of Binge Drinking At A Bachelor Party, Proclaims His Love For Her But How Will Sammy Balance Her Seventy Plus Hour Weeks With Her Budding Romance, While Keeping Her Best Friend S Slimy Boyfriend From Hitting On Her, And Making Time For Family, Who Insist Her Outfits Match The Centerpiece.

[PDF / Epub] ✅ Sammys Hill (Samantha Joyce, #1)  ⚣ Kristin Gore – Survivingtheholocaust.us
  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Sammys Hill (Samantha Joyce, #1)
  • Kristin Gore
  • English
  • 13 March 2017
  • 140135971X

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ✅ Sammys Hill (Samantha Joyce, #1) ⚣ Kristin Gore – Survivingtheholocaust.us


  1. says:

    Anyone who knows me, knows that i loathe the chic lit genre Although I have been caught reading a chic lit book or two in my day I find that the books are often cliche at best Sammy s HIll is a completely different kind of book Yes, it fits the characteristics of chic lit It s heroine, Sammy, is a quirky single girl in her mid twenti...


  2. says:

    Had it not been for the fact that this book was a quick read, I would not have finished reading it The main character, Sammy, was an obsessive worrier who would map out elaborate plans to avoid, for instance, alligator attacks, and who programmed random birthdates into her blackberry, i.e., the 25th anniversary of the day KFC was invented These were humorous at first, but became so abundant throughout the book so that they eventually became annoying.The character is also quite young, in her Had it not been for the fact that this book was a quick read, I would not have finished reading it The main character, Sammy, was an obsessive worrier who would map out elaborate plans to avoid, for instance, alligator attacks, and who programmed random birthdates into her blackberry, i.e., the 25th anniversary of the day KFC was invented These were humorous at first, but became so abundant throughout the book so that they eventually became annoying.The character is also quite young, in her mid to late 20s, and it s not really clear why a senator would have chosen her as his healthcare policy expert Had she been part of a team, that woul...


  3. says:

    Gore takes the cutesy, neurotic female professional read Ally McBeal type overboard Just in the first chapter, which I couldn t even get past, Sammy has envisioned herself without a right arm and wears a sling to see if she d be able to cope realizes too late that she wore mismatched shoes to work one high heel and one sneaker and offers to hold on to the weed from the old man who s supposed to be testifying at a committee hearing Too much Each dialogue exchange that Sammy has with anoth Gore takes the cutesy, neurotic female professional read Ally McBeal type overboard Just in the first chapter, which I couldn t even get past, Sammy has envisioned herself without a right arm and wears a sling to see if she d be able to cope realizes too late that she wore mis...


  4. says:

    I would love for someone to explain to me why every moderately successful, intelligent, ambitious young woman in a novel these days needs to be turned into an evenidiotic version of Bridget Jones It s like if she s too smart and interesting, no one will understand that she s also pretty I mean really, this book is just soooooo fun because she s completely inept at managing everyday life despite the fact that she s a major part of a vice presidential campaign Isn t that hilarious No It I would love for someone to explain to me why every moderately successful, intelligent, ambitious young woman in a novel these days needs to be turned into an evenidiotic version of Bridget Jones It s like if she s too smart and interes...


  5. says:

    I use the term finished in a different context with this particular book On page 200 I decided I was finished with this heroine It was hard to read a book where the main character was so boring and annoying Don t get me wrong I have read quite a few books where the main character was despicable, loathsome or worthless but yet the story was interesting and the main character provoking in one fashion or another At times the books might have redeeming social value or a larger purpose No I use the term finished in a different context with this particular book On page 200 I decided I was finished with this heroine It was hard to read a book where the main character was so boring and annoying Don t get m...


  6. says:

    This one s tough to pigeon hole The first 2 3 is standard fare chick lit, the last 1 3 is a breathless account of a Presidential campaign Almost like 2 different books, except for the whacky protagonist I d agree with most reviewers that Gore is too wonkish and too witty to be easily dismissed as chick lit For instance, her account of Republican hysteria to health care reform is like reading the papers today So she s prescient too her America in the run up to the campaign is eerily similar This one s tough to pigeon hole The first 2 3 is standard fare chick lit, the last 1 3 is a breathless account of a Presidential campaign Almost like 2 different books, except for the whacky protagonist I d agree with most reviewers that Gore is too wonkish a...


  7. says:

    While it was interesting to gain insight into the working world of politics, I could not take the heroine Sammy is so, so quirky and painfully incompetent, except at policy issues From the hypochondria to the fish to the fashion accidents to the email miscues, it was all just too much It was hard to see why she would be given such a major pos...


  8. says:

    This book was given to me and as I started reading, I connected with the main character But after about 100 pages I felt a bit stifled dealing with my own anxiety is plenty of work, I don t really need Sammy s high strung life on top of it So I...


  9. says:

    I ll give this 2 stars because it does have it s humorous parts However, for a leisurely book of enjoyment, it was entirely too political for me In reading between the lines of obvious real life character fill ins, the author makes her political stance extremely apparent I personally could not relate at all to the protagonist Sammy Although her nearly unrealistic clumsiness is amusing at some points, her neuroticism draws the lines for me I just cannot rel...


  10. says:

    THIS REVIEW ON B S BOOK BLOG Oh myy I just completed my 2011 reading goal with this book throws confetti I ve had this book for almost a year now and never really wanted to read it, until one day, my main bookshelf became sadly clustered and full, so this had to be taken out Feeling slightly guilty for it to be homeless, I decided to finally go through with it I have mixed feelings about this book, there are some things that I really like about it and some that turn me off Well, first of THIS REVIEW ON B S BOOK BLOG Oh myy I just completed my 2011 reading goal with this book throws confetti I ve had this book for almost a year now and n...

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