Saturday, September 19, 2015

Worthy by Catherine Ryan Hyde

worthyWorthy by Catherine Ryan Hyde
Virginia has always wanted the chance at a relationship with Aaron, a widower with a young son. She finally gets the opportunity, but their date is cut short when tragedy strikes, ending their hopes of a relationship. Years later, Virginia is engaged, but when she discovers that her fiancé intentionally let her dog loose, she calls off the wedding. She finds her dog with a shy young man, whom Virginia soon realizes is connected to her past in ways that she could never have imagined. 

My Thoughts:

Worthy like the title said is worthy of a four star review. This book was just so good. there was to much drama which is not that great because I thought I would get distracted and couldn't keep up , BUT boy was I wrong. Virginia is one of the most loveable characters that I have read. she has been through a lot with her relationships which I could relate to because no relationship is person and I am glad that the author incorporated that into the book and have it based of real life situations that could happen. If your looking for a romantic contemporary book to read in the fall or next summer enjoy the hot sun and get ready to fall in love. In the beginning it started of to slow but I had to keep reminding myself that the plot sounds really good and you cannot give up so fast. Another thing that I liked that it wasn't to mushy that I could see right threw the whole plot and predict what might have happened next. For me many things caught me by surprise.

About The Author:

Catherine Ryan HydeCatherine Ryan Hyde is the bestselling author of twenty-seven published and forthcoming books. Some of her recent books include The Language of Hoofbeats, Take Me with You, Where We Belong, and Don’t Let Me Go. Her short stories have been published in Antioch Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Virginia Quarterly Review, Ploughshares, Glimmer Train, and the Sun. She has received numerous awards, including the Rainbow Award and the British Book Award. Her bestselling 1999 novel Pay It Forward was adapted into a major motion picture and translated into twenty-three languages. Hyde is the founder of the Pay It Forward Foundation



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