Aftermath (Jericho, book 2) by Ann McMan – book cover, description, publication history. Aftermath by Ann McMan is the follow-up to her debut novel, Jericho. It manages to take all of Jericho’s strengths and build on them, leaving the. Written by Ann McMan, narrated by Christine Williams. Download and keep this book for Free with a 30 day Trial.
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As a surgeon, Nora Whitmore is used to being in control. You know what’s coming and still can’t help yourself but laugh. There is intelligent and witty dialog throughout the whole book.
For Addison Fairchild, success is a guarantee. Third, I like that the story is long and have stories within the story. Give as a gift. Claire and Juliette mcmqn been best friends for 20 years. And if you can’t afford buying this one as well, ask for it for christmas. Jun 24, Velvet Lounger rated it really liked it Shelves: Is it really necessary to read this after Jericho?
I truly can’t imagine anyone else bringing these words to life in the same way. Jericho sets the stage and gives us a cast of quirky and memorable characters. A little romance would have been nice. Bedazzled Ink Publishing November 1, Language: And here I still mcmsn the repartee between Annn and Syd. Because it made me laugh out loud at least twice while on the MARC train getting me rather odd looks from the public transportation commuting crowd.
Maddie’s brainy and beautiful mother, a peripheral if crucial figure in the earlier book, has a starring role this time, as does Maddie’s best friend David, already a major player in Jericho-the-book. The task is sometimes hard, sometimes emotional, and sometimes absurd, but is always full of smart and sassy humor and an nan of good food and wine. Once again the writing is afteramth, the wit razor sharp and the observation of human behaviour is right on point.
To ask other readers questions about Aftermathplease sign up. Meghan O’Brien Narrated by: Maddie and Syd were greatly affected by that news and caused a minor strain in their relationship.
The wit and humour continue, with several laugh out loud moments and a classic portrayal of southern manners in the face of extreme provocation. That is, until her father gets dementia and needs full-time care.
But it was still extremely enjoyable. The aptly named Aftermath is the sequel to annn lesbian romance Jericho that came into being as online fiction.
Feb 27, Jayleen D rated it liked it. Dec 10, Mary Deutcher rated it it was amazing. As expected Christine Williams brings the words of Ann McMan leap full blown from the page as the 3 dimensional characters they are.
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Mainly because I couldn’t remember all that happened in Aftermath or some of the new characters. So be sure to stuff tissues under your pillow before you start reading. Somebody has to do it. We have POV from several characters in this one but not mcmzn much from Syd.
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AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. As the bills start to pile up, Katie takes a second job as a temporary personal assistant. The author’s writing is just fluid and enjoyable. This author is too good not to assume that it was afgermath judgement that failed here, rather than her efforts. Jan 05, Apollonia rated it really liked it. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. When they are central to the plot, sometimes children are made to behave in a far too knowing and adult way, in order to serve the narrative.
Reading it is like visiting with old friends or friends you wish you really hadand being a fly on the wall the same time. KD Williamson Narrated by: They also face their share of adult crises, in addition to an exceptional run of screwball incidents.
Better than the first It’s not often that the second book is better than the first. Voyager; Xena Warrior Princess; the X-Fileswere not surprised that the clever one-liner-trading heroines of Jericho were aftremath tall, ravishingly beautiful, multi-skilled brunette, and a no less beautiful petite blonde with a special devotion to the written word; but other than the occasional metafictional wink at the XWP leads, McMan’s story went its own way, embedding its two principals in a richly depicted social world, small-town and rural, but not quite: The author’s afternath of humour has definitely grown on me since Jericho.
Christine Williams is back as aftefmath, and again, the narration mcmzn excellent. Also, the writing style and characterization was what kept me reading. Loads of drama but none eye rolling ones. The introductory pages and author bio were also an amusing set of bookends. As with Jericho, you get a nice long story for your money, a beefy pages or so, but at no point did it seem to drag on for me.
Those of us who first became addicted to lesbian romance by rooting around in the semi-clandestine, TV-series-driven world of online fanfiction Star Trek: Again, I think the writing is amazing and the characters well developed.