Tuesday, May 17, 2022


WWW. WEDNESDAY asks three questions to prompt you to speak bookishly. To participate, and to see how other book lovers responded, click here.  

1. What are you currently reading? The Marriage Lie by Kimberly Belle. It opens with Iris and Will in bed, enjoying one another on the morning after their 7th anniversary celebration. They are very romantic, excited by the prospect of a baby, and then he's off to Hartsfield for a flight to Orlando.

Hours later, a flight out of Hartsfield goes down. Iris is fleetingly worried until she hears that plane was headed for Seattle. Hubs was going in a completely different direction. But then the airline calls. Will was on the flight to Seattle. Will is dead.

What? Why did he lie to her? How could he be dead when he was so alive in her bed and in her arms just hours ago?

This can't be true. Except it is.

I am very into this book. I find it shocking and engrossing. I hope Kimberly Belle can maintain this level of excitement.

2. What did you just finish reading? Meet Me in the Margins by Melissa Ferguson. Savannah Cade is an editor at a small publishing house specializing in highbrow non-fiction. That sounds like a great job, doesn't it? But Savannah comes from a long line of overachievers, and compared to her multi-talented, multi-degreed entrepreneurial kid sister, her life is just kind of "meh."

So it means a great deal that she make a success as a novelist. She's been working on her own book for years and keeps the manuscript tucked in a secret hiding place at the office. One day, as she checks on her "baby," she finds critical notes in the margins. So now the editor has her own editor ... one who prefers to remain secret.

I liked Savannah and so I wanted to like this book, but I didn't. It fact, at times it annoyed me. Her living arrangement -- crashing in the guest room of her ex-boyfriend and his fiancee, who just happens to be her aforementioned kid sister -- would not happen on Planet Earth. Plus, the plot is so OBVIOUS! If you don't have the whole thing figured out within the first 100 pages, I don't think you should be allowed to drink, vote, or drive a car.

3. What will you read next? A biography.




  1. I'm sorry you didn't like Meet Me in the Margins, I don't like it when the plot in a romance is so obvious, you figured out how it'll all happened by page 100 :(

    Here is my WWW post: https://herseriallife.com/www-wednesday-may-18-2022/

    Have a great week ;)

  2. Happy Wednesday. You peaked my curiosity and not I want to read the book you are currently reading. Will see if our library has it. Hope you have a good day. See you again soon!

  3. I loved The Marriage lie...and I'm giggling here at your comments about Meet Me in the Margins. (If you don't figure it out in the first 100 pages, "you shouldn't be allowed to drink, vote, or drive a car." LOL. Here's MY WWW POST

  4. That first book sounds interesting. I was thinking about Meet Me In The Margins...

    Hope you have a great week!

    Emily @ Budget Tales Book Blog
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  5. Can't wait to get my hands on The Marriage Lie!

  6. hope you have a great reading week

    my post: https://blessedmommysc.blogspot.com/2022/05/www-wednesday-11.html