How to Eat a Cupcake by Meg Donohue. Her debut novel is a winner! Donohue introduces us to a set of characters that I hope she will continue writing about. Donohue gives witty and wise insight into complex characters, misunderstandings, and class conflict, all of which is set in the diverse city of San Francisco. It’s a book about friendship, starting a small business, and romance. (I loved it and it made me want to bite into a delicious cupcake!)
Sleuth or Dare: Partners in Crime by Kim Harrington. This book is a middle school whodunit with two friends who form a detective agency to solve a missing persons case. I liked this book because it kept me guessing and I had a hard time putting it down. I would recommend this book to my friends because of the suspense and storyline.
A Dog's Journey by W. Bruce Cameron. What if a dog could live more than one life as a different dog each time? In this sequel to A Dog's Purpose, the reader follows the multiple lives of a dog as it cares for one owner over the years. Good read for dog owners.