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Something About Sophie

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Answering a call that summons her to a stranger's deathbed a reluctant Sophie Shepard is too late to hear what he was so anxious to tell her What was so important that a dying man would think of her in his final moments With the help of Dr Drew McCarren Sophie begins to dig into her past. The premise of SOMETHING ABOUT SOPHIE had me intrigued I can't resist a story full of dark secrets After finishing this book I'm left with mixed feelings about itThe protagonist Sophie Shepard travels to a small Virginia town at the reuest of a dying man she doesn't know He has something important to tell her and Sophie assumes it has to do with her birth parents She was adopted as a baby and doesn't know who her biological parents are Unfortunately the man dies before she arrives but Sophie finds out he's left her something significant in his will There must be a good reason why a stranger would write her into his will and Sophie believes if she finds out the answer she'll uncover clues to her mysterious pastIt took a long time for me to get into this story The first half of the book moved slowly and I had a hard time connecting with the characters I also struggled with the writing style maybe the dialogue between characters was awkward A lot of their interactions felt forced However in the second half the plot picks up speed and things really get exciting Some interesting twists popped up and when the secrets were finally revealed I was very surprised I was hoping the thing Sophie inherited would become significant to the mystery but it really didn't SOMETHING ABOUT SOPHIE also had a sweet romance blended in with the mystery that I liked as well as a uaint small town setting Though the book as a whole didn't grab me I was pleased with how Sophie's story concluded 2½ starsReview copy courtesy of the publisher in conjunction with TLC Book Tours

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Ring their dark secrets about the woman who gave her up for adoption the mysterious part these strangers played and the life she never knew she nearly hadSomething About Sophie is an unforgettable story about the power of loveand the things people will do both right and wrong to protect. This is a book that I should've absolutely loved but it fell flat for mePart of the problem is that I didn't connect with Sophie at all And part of THAT is that I find it hard to believe when grownups have the infatuation at first sight thing that she has with Drew And there's also the fact that even the big mystery who are Sophie's parents and what happened to her mom didn't grab meI can overcome one of those things but not both It almost read like Mary Higgins Clark as written by Nicholas Sparks And I don't mean that as a slam those are two wildly successful authors and I'm sure that this book will do uite well with its intended audience As for whether you are that audience depends on your feelings for those authors

Mary Kay McComas ó 9 review

Setting off a chain of events that chills the uiet town of Clearfield Virginia to its rootsWith part of her wanting nothing than to put Clearfield behind her and run back home Sophie knows she won't rest until she discovers the truth But growing closer to the residents also means uncove. Sophie Shepard's past is a mystery and the key to solving it dies before she has a chance to speak with him Before she gives up and leaves town she decides to follow a few leads What comes next is a race against secrets and someone willing to kill to keep them buriedWhile searching for answers Sophie shares some intimate moments with Dr Drew McCarren and feelings start to brew Too bad their first date ends before it even begins when they find a dead body More violence ensues and Sophie is right at the center of it Will she get answers before something bad happens to herSophie is an interesting main character possessing a strong sense of self I like in female protagonists The cast of characters especially with the backdrop of an intriguing small town is eclectic and entertaining Although the story starts off a bit slow it gears up for a fast paced ride to a gut wrenching revelation about Sophie's birth mother Maybe because I was caught up in the mystery of Sophie's past I found the romance lacking There was so much potential with Sophie and Drew but it fell flat Still if you are looking for a book with a good build up to a surprising ending pick this one up The twists and turns won't disappoint Note I received a complimentary copy for review purposes A positive review was not reuested or guaranteed; the opinions expressed are my own Teeth in the Mist part of her wanting nothing than to The Information Technology Revolution: The Complete Guide put Clearfield behind her and run back home Sophie knows she won't rest until she discovers the truth But growing closer to the residents also means uncove. Sophie Shepard's The State of Water past is a mystery and the key to solving it dies before she has a chance to speak with him Before she gives up and leaves town she decides to follow a few leads What comes next is a race against secrets and someone willing to kill to keep them buriedWhile searching for answers Sophie shares some intimate moments with Dr Drew McCarren and feelings start to brew Too bad their first date ends before it even begins when they find a dead body More violence ensues and Sophie is right at the center of it Will she get answers before something bad happens to herSophie is an interesting main character Solutions Manual for Insulation Coordination for Power Systems possessing a strong sense of self I like in female Garfield Swallows His Pride protagonists The cast of characters especially with the backdrop of an intriguing small town is eclectic and entertaining Although the story starts off a bit slow it gears up for a fast Titanshade paced ride to a gut wrenching revelation about Sophie's birth mother Maybe because I was caught up in the mystery of Sophie's AI Weiwei's Blog: Writings, Interviews, and Digital Rants, 2006-2009 past I found the romance lacking There was so much Minds of the West: Ethnocultural Evolution in the Rural Middle West, 1830-1917 potential with Sophie and Drew but it fell flat Still if you are looking for a book with a good build up to a surprising ending Surf Craft pick this one up The twists and turns won't disappoint Note I received a complimentary copy for review Semblance and Event: Activist Philosophy and the Occurrent Arts purposes A Telling Teddy (Dear Teddy: A Journal Of A Boy positive review was not reuested or guaranteed; the opinions expressed are my own

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