Published on January 7, 2014
Marisol Finnegan has done everything right to ensure that when she graduated college she’d have the kickass life she always wanted. That’s what we’re told right? A + B = C? Yeah, well sometimes C is being a twenty-four year old virgin moving home with your parents.
So not ideal.
Before entering this tragically pathetic phase of her life, Marisol stops at a bar for a drink. It’s here where her life really changes when she meets her catalyst…Jason Scott.
After everything you’ve ever done has backfired and you no longer trust yourself how are you able to navigate a relationship? How do you even begin to love yourself let alone someone else?
**Recommended for readers 18+ due to sexual situations and language.
Going Nowhere is about Marisol (Mari) who after graduating college, finds herself having to move back home…..not what she had planned at all. While pulling back into her home town, she decides to stop off at a bar on her way home. There she meets Jason, after loosing her ability to control what is falling from her mouth, she slams back her drink and runs out (without her license).
Marisol is just lost, she has no job, no idea of what to do, so when she is offered a job being a nanny she jumps at the chance to make some money. Jason and Marisol start an instant friendship, and the way they tease each other had me holding onto my stomach and wiping tears from my eyes.
When friendship starts to feel like more Mari runs…..and she runs….Thinking she is doing what is right, she doesn’t think or believe enough in herself of the relationship she has with Jason to stop running. While going through so much in her life, she realizes that even when things seem hard, they are still worth the fight.
This book does have its HEA, the book is written like life….you don’t know what will happen next, if it is right or wrong, but to get to the end you have to travel your path bumps and all.
This was a very enjoyable read for me, it had me laughing, crying, feeling like yelling at the characters…what else do you want in a book, right? The next book will include, Emily who was a very captivating character and I am looking forward to reading her story as well.
“You love it.” I winked. Then gasped in outrage when he grabbed my iced coffee and sucked down about half of it.
“Mmm, yeah I do love it.” He smiled at the coffee. I reached over and grabbed it out of his hand. It was practically gone. Huffing I took a sip.
“You have a death wish today.” I sniffed in mock indignation.
“Sharing is caring.” He said before starting to hum along with the song.
“Pain in the ass.” I yelled.
“Ungrateful wench.” He yelled louder.
“Sappy man-boy.” He glared over at me for that one. I blinked back innocently.
I smirked over at him, “Only girlfriend.”
“Only girlfriend.” He agreed, nodding.
K.M. “Kelsie” Galvin grew up in the South with Yankee parents, which made for a very confusing accent. She loves music, books, blogging (Hola from Page Trotters!), Game of Thrones and coffee. Going Nowhere is her first book.
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