Jun 22, 2012

Great-Aunt Sophia's Lessons for Bombshells by Lisa Cach

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Title: Great-Aunt Sophia's Lessons for Bombshells
Author: Lisa Cach; paperback; June 19, 2012
"It's grossly unfair that at my age, one tires easily but sleeps hardly at all." Sophia was sitting in the large breakfast nook at the end of the kitchen, the bay window behind her providing an elegant backdrop of green garden. A plate of toast and a coffee mug sat on the table." (p. 56)
About the book: 
Grace Cavanaugh, a PhD student, experiences a life-changing summer while taking care of her great aunt, a 1940’s movie star.


Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Oh, I'm already hooked on the synopsis and the excerpt.

Definitely one I'd like to read!


Unknown said...

Great 56. I can relate!
Thanks for stopping by!

srivalli said...

Interesting excerpt! Thanks for stopping by!

Sidne said...

She must be my age. lol.

fredamans said...

I was thinking the same thing as Sidne... lol

Dazzling Mage said...

I like the description!

Juli Rahel said...

The title and cover are great! Definitely eye-catching! And I love the description of where she's sitting, it sounds so peaceful! Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great weekend!
Juli @ Universe in Words

Yvonne said...

This sounds like a really good read. I'm going to look for this one.

Jan said...

Love the sound of this one! Thanks for sharing.

Linda said...

thanks.........I think I need to read this.

Jenny Girl said...

I enjoy those old movies so an ageing starlet would have lots of stories to tell.

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