On the Same Page

On the Same Page

N.D. Galland / Jun 16, 2019

On the Same Page A romantic comedy that tells the story of one journalist secretly juggling two bylines for competing newspapers on a small island Distorting the facts just a little can t hurt except when falling in l

  • Title: On the Same Page
  • Author: N.D. Galland
  • ISBN: 0062672851
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback
  • A romantic comedy that tells the story of one journalist secretly juggling two bylines for competing newspapers on a small island.Distorting the facts just a little can t hurt except when falling in love Martha s Vineyard has two distinct personalities one characterized by its tanned and polished summer people the other represented by the small town, salt of the earth y A romantic comedy that tells the story of one journalist secretly juggling two bylines for competing newspapers on a small island.Distorting the facts just a little can t hurt except when falling in love Martha s Vineyard has two distinct personalities one characterized by its tanned and polished summer people the other represented by the small town, salt of the earth year round residents The island even has two newspapers, each appealing to its distinct readership Over the years, an intense rivalry has grown between the two papers in fact, neither paper will work with writers who have any relationship to the other paper.Johanna Howes is a Vineyard girl who left the island at the age of eighteen and never looked back She went to college on the mainland and moved to the Big City to start a career as a journalist Now she s returned to take care of her aging Uncle Hank As neither paper can pay her enough to live on, she creates a false identity so that she can write for both papers at once Often this means writing the same story twice, coming at it from opposite ends of the spectrum.Before long, Johanna finds herself caught up in a messy Island political situation A wealthy, seasonal resident is suing the town government for the right to land his private helicopter on his property When Johanna agrees to go for a cup of coffee with the handsome man she meets at a zoning board meeting, she has no idea that she has just made a date with Orion Smith, the wealthy off Islander who is causing all the ruckus And what he doesn t know is that Johanna has been assigned by both Island papers to cover the story.Scrambling to keep her various identities straight and separate from each other, Johanna desperately tries to find a graceful way out of the mess she s created But doing so will likely get her into trouble or cause her to lose her writing gigs not to mention jeopardize her chance at a budding romance with a man she s doing her best not to fall for Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 320 pages Published December 31st 2018 by William Morrow Paperbacks More Details ISBN 0062672851 ISBN13 9780062672858 Edition Language English Other Editions 6 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about On the Same Page, please sign up

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    Lists with This Book This book is not yet featured on Listopia Add this book to your favorite list Community Reviews Showing 1 30 Rating details Sort Default Filter Jan 07, 2019 Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede rated it really liked it Shelves read 2019 On the Same Page is just the kind of contemporary romance novel that I want to read I read mostly thrillers and crime novels However, now and then do I like to change genre and read something less deadly I picked this book because I thought it sounded funny and charming I love stories with a lot of heart and funny problems like trying to write for two different newspapers without either knowing it It would have been a lot easier for poor Joanna if she had not happened to fall in love with t On the Same Page is just the kind of contemporary romance novel that I want to read I read mostly thrillers and crime novels However, now and then do I like to change genre and read something less deadly I picked this book because I thought it sounded funny and charming I love stories with a lot of heart and funny problems like trying to write for two different newspapers without either knowing it It would have been a lot easier for poor Joanna if she had not happened to fall in love with the worst possible candidate The most hated man on Martha s Vineyard.I alternated between listening to the audio version and reading the book as usual and I really liked the narrator Amanda Dolan did a great job Storywise did I feel that the author really managed to not only make lovebirds Joanne and Orion come alive She managed to do so with the rest of the characters as well I wouldn t mind reading books set in this world because I came to really love the characters I want to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC copy of the book through Edelweiss for an honest review flag 16 likesLike see review Nov 14, 2018 MaryKaye rated it it was ok Goodness, goodness When I read a book I do not expect to have a dictionary by my side I like the sentences to flow without going, What Here are a few examples 1 Grudgingly cognizant2 homeland transmogrify3 hither or yon with a capriciousness4 gave him a gossamer nimbus5 Hanks jumbled gallimaufry miscellany.This is what makes a reading experience difficult Most people do not talk this way and the character Hank, whom I did not like, certainly would not have this vocabulary Nothing see Goodness, goodness When I read a book I do not expect to have a dictionary by my side I like the sentences to flow without going, What Here are a few examples 1 Grudgingly cognizant2 homeland transmogrify3 hither or yon with a capriciousness4 gave him a gossamer nimbus5 Hanks jumbled gallimaufry miscellany.This is what makes a reading experience difficult Most people do not talk this way and the character Hank, whom I did not like, certainly would not have this vocabulary Nothing seemed to fit I am sorry, I just could not like this book and struggled to finish it flag 5 likesLike see review Nov 16, 2018 Patty rated it it was amazing On The Same PageByN.D GarlandWhat it s all aboutJohanna leaves her work and her life in NYC to care for her beloved but grump and gruff Uncle Hank on Martha s Vineyard While on her extended stay she needs work so she freelances for both Vineyard papers and gets involved with a fascinating wealthy man who is having issues with the town Orion wants permission to land his personal helicopter at his front door but the town says no He does it anyway Why I wanted to read itI love books that On The Same PageByN.D GarlandWhat it s all aboutJohanna leaves her work and her life in NYC to care for her beloved but grump and gruff Uncle Hank on Martha s Vineyard While on her extended stay she needs work so she freelances for both Vineyard papers and gets involved with a fascinating wealthy man who is having issues with the town Orion wants permission to land his personal helicopter at his front door but the town says no He does it anyway Why I wanted to read itI love books that take place on Martha s Vineyard This one was lovely I loved the writing, I loved Martha s Vineyard in the winter Johanna was a cool charactershe easily slipped back into her uncle s small antiquated house and fed chickens and chopped wood and fed with her uncle What made me truly enjoy this bookI loved the snarky relationship between Johanna and Orion I loved the way Johanna worked for both town papers even when she wasn t really supposed to Uncle Hank was also quite a character to deal with.Why you should read it, tooReaders who love a romance book with some backbone and bite to it should enjoy this book It was a lovely slow winter reading experience I received an advance reader s copy of this book from the publisher through Edelweiss and It was my choice to read it and review it flag 3 likesLike see review Dec 23, 2018 Kathleen Gray rated it it was amazing Joanna aka Anna aka Joey returns to Martha s Vineyard in winter to care for her irascible uncle Hank who fell off a roof and finds her life turned upside down She left the Vineyard years before for college and life as a freelance journalist in NYC, where she also has a significant other, Brian If there s a fault with this well written novel, it s the relationship with Brian, who really isn t felt at all, which might be sort of the point Once she realizes she s going to be on the Vineyard fo Joanna aka Anna aka Joey returns to Martha s Vineyard in winter to care for her irascible uncle Hank who fell off a roof and finds her life turned upside down She left the Vineyard years before for college and life as a freelance journalist in NYC, where she also has a significant other, Brian If there s a fault with this well written novel, it s the relationship with Brian, who really isn t felt at all, which might be sort of the point Once she realizes she s going to be on the Vineyard for a while, she finds work as a freelancer for both local papers, mostly covering local politics Much to her surprise, she finds herself in a pas de deux with Orion Smith, the wealthy man who wants to land his helicopter on his property This is a very mature romance with some chuckle worthy moments but note that they also spar over some of the class and economic issues on the Vineyard You won t know Orion s story til the end, or will you The charm of this lies in the community who pull together to help Hank, and by association, Joanna Hank s a crank for sure but I ll bet you ll recognize him You will also wish for friends like Helen, Celia, and Everett Thanks to Edelweiss for the ARC It s a lovely book and a very good read flag 1 likeLike see review Dec 21, 2018 Nandika rated it it was ok Although I liked the character of Joanna and the author was able to convey the dilemma faced by her really well, the story struggled with adding anything to it I liked that the author was trying to dispel the myths that tourists generally have about a place like Martha s Vineyard, briefly mentioning the cocaine problem in youth and unemployment issues on the island off season, but I felt that real substance was lacking in the book Also, there are unnecessarily difficult phrases used throu Although I liked the character of Joanna and the author was able to convey the dilemma faced by her really well, the story struggled with adding anything to it I liked that the author was trying to dispel the myths that tourists generally have about a place like Martha s Vineyard, briefly mentioning the cocaine problem in youth and unemployment issues on the island off season, but I felt that real substance was lacking in the book Also, there are unnecessarily difficult phrases used throughout the book, where you have to whip out your dictionary to understand whatever is happening flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 20, 2018 Katelyn rated it really liked it I really enjoyed this story of a 30 something freelance journalist that leaves NYC to return home to Martha s Vineyard and take care of the uncle who raised her Her uncle was fixing his roof during a storm, fell off and broke his ankle He ends up facing health challenges, so Joanna pieces together jobs at the two competing newspapers to make ends meet She wrestles with keeping this from each paper s staff, as well as reporting about a rich summer inhabitant, Orion Smith, who wants to sue I really enjoyed this story of a 30 something freelance journalist that leaves NYC to return home to Martha s Vineyard and take care of the uncle who raised her Her uncle was fixing his roof during a storm, fell off and broke his ankle He ends up facing health challenges, so Joanna pieces together jobs at the two competing newspapers to make ends meet She wrestles with keeping this from each paper s staff, as well as reporting about a rich summer inhabitant, Orion Smith, who wants to sue the town over his right to build a helipad in his yard Orion wants to get to know Joanna better and she struggles to keep her relationships ethical in such a small community where she is related to many of the year rounders Joanna grew up aching to leave the island and is also struggling with a new sense that despite the exorbitant price of housing and lack of rentals for year rounders, she may want to live there full time flag 1 likeLike see review Sep 12, 2018 Sandra rated it it was ok I read this book because it was set on Martha s Vineyard, and I wanted that setting and those people I got glimpses of what I wanted, but overall it seemed too often to be written by someone who hates Martha s vineyard I think that was sort of the point the narrator was supposed to be disillusioned with the place she grew up at least at the beginning , and it was supposed to dispel myths of romantic island life, but for me it made the book unpleasant to read.Adding to this, I didn t like any I read this book because it was set on Martha s Vineyard, and I wanted that setting and those people I got glimpses of what I wanted, but overall it seemed too often to be written by someone who hates Martha s vineyard I think that was sort of the point the narrator was supposed to be disillusioned with the place she grew up at least at the beginning , and it was supposed to dispel myths of romantic island life, but for me it made the book unpleasant to read.Adding to this, I didn t like any of the characters I found them all to be jerks, or selfish, basically I at least didn t find them too stereotypical, but not liking them made it hard to connect with the story and their relationships.So, unfortunately, this was not a book for me It had a cute plot story idea, and hopefully others will enjoy the ride flag 1 likeLike see review Dec 31, 2018 Megan Oneail rated it liked it I was provided with a copy of this book in exchange for a fair review I will start off by saying that this book had a lot going for it the plot itself was such a fun concept, and I enjoyed getting to learn about Martha s Vinyard from the POV of the year round residents However, once I had finished I was left wanting , and I ll break down the reasons why The Plot this was definitely the book s saving grace Joanna is a freelance writer come back to the island to help her ailing uncl I was provided with a copy of this book in exchange for a fair review I will start off by saying that this book had a lot going for it the plot itself was such a fun concept, and I enjoyed getting to learn about Martha s Vinyard from the POV of the year round residents However, once I had finished I was left wanting , and I ll break down the reasons why The Plot this was definitely the book s saving grace Joanna is a freelance writer come back to the island to help her ailing uncle, and the only way she can make money to keep her NYC apartment is by working for the only 2 newspapers, which are bitter rivals This was a very interesting storyline, although I REALLY wanted it to be a little humorous Instead it was very dark and Joanna spends the whole book stressed and guilty and arguing with herself about her morals The Characters I did like Joanna, and found her very interesting to get to know However, everyone else was either super one note or a complete asshat Take her ailing uncle Joanna was raised by him, so this is her father figure, and instead of coming off as a crotchety old New Englander who is reluctant to admit he s getting old, he s just a mean old alcoholic who takes things beyond cranky and into abusive It just yet again brought the tone into a dark place Then we have the love interest I felt absolutely zero chemistry between the two of them, and his character was so blandly written that I couldn t even get a good mental image of him And the few steamy scenes were barely tepid Nothing to get my heart racing.The Writing you know when you were younger and you thought you d make a report sound fancier by using a thesaurus to change all your words to long complicated ones This book was that The language was so flowery and pretentious that often found myself having to read a passage 3 times just to figure out what it said It was totally unnecessary and took away from the book for me All that being said, if you love Martha s Vinyard or are interested in learning about life there, this book does a great job Based very much in fact, I learned a TON about the island and it s inhabitants The author has even said that the book is almost autobiographical in how closely the events resemble life on the island I also think that if you go into the story knowing it ll be a little dark with little humor, you will find a totally different experience than mine Overall, 3 out of 5 stars flag Like see review Dec 09, 2018 Kathy rated it liked it review of another edition Set On Martha s Vineyard, On the Same Page by N.D Galland is an entertaining novel with a slight romantic element.After graduating from high school, Joanna Howes left Martha s Vineyard for the bright lights and anonymity of New York City A successful freelance reporter, she returns home for a family emergency with her Uncle Hank and begins working for one of two island newspapers, the Journal When her stay stretches much longer than anticipated, Joanna secretly starts writing articles the oth Set On Martha s Vineyard, On the Same Page by N.D Galland is an entertaining novel with a slight romantic element.After graduating from high school, Joanna Howes left Martha s Vineyard for the bright lights and anonymity of New York City A successful freelance reporter, she returns home for a family emergency with her Uncle Hank and begins working for one of two island newspapers, the Journal When her stay stretches much longer than anticipated, Joanna secretly starts writing articles the other paper, the Newes Caring for her cantankerous uncle and juggling the different newspaper assignments while ensuring no one finds out the truth, Joanna s life becomes even complicated after meeting Orion Smith Orion has the island up in arms with his fight to build a helipad at his estate and Joanna is reporting on the ongoing battle She works hard to maintain her ethical standards but an unexpected attraction between her and Orion adds another complication to her life Will the truth emerge about Joanna s employment Will Joanna s and Orion s budding romance survive once her secret is revealed Life in the Vineyard s off season is quiet so finding a job is nearly impossible Joanna fully intends to return to New York once Uncle Hank is on the mend, but she also needs some type of income Working at the Journal is much different than her usual reporting, but with help from family friend and editor Everett, it does not take long for her to get the hang of her new temporary job As Uncle Hank s recovery suffers several setbacks, Joanna realizes she won t be leaving any time soon Needing income, she feels like she has no choice but to write for the Newes Writing for both papers turns out to be easier than expected but Joanna is continually on edge as she waits for her secret to be exposed.Joanna s interactions with Orion are purely professional initially, but she is also drawn to him personally Their interactions are sometimes a bit tense since Joanna is a bit prickly with his outsider status As they verbally spare with one another, Orion challenges her prejudice toward wash ashores while Joanna raises his awareness of his sense of entitlement due to his wealth Their romance is understated and does not really begin until near the end of the novel.The setting of On the Same Page is one of the best aspects of the story and N.D Galland brings Martha s Vineyard vibrantly to life Life for the year rounders is nowhere near as glamorous as the island s wealthy visitors It is quite interesting learning how the class disparities adversely affect the full time residents The cast of characters is quite quirky and eclectic but it is difficult to like Orion or Hank Joanna has her fair share of flaws and while she makes a few mistakes and missteps, it is easy to understand the reasons for her choices Hank is thoroughly disagreeable and unappreciative of Joanna s help Despite efforts to portray Orion as charming and irresistible, he is really a bully whose behavior towards Joanna is insulting and rude.On the Same Page is a well written novel that is somewhat slow paced and a little predictable Joanna is surprised by her gradual attitude change toward island life and she grows professionally through her new reporting experiences N.D Galland wraps up all of the story s loose ends and the novel ends on a positive note All in all, an enjoyable read that provides an insider s viewpoint of life on Martha s Vineyard flag Like see review Dec 01, 2018 Phyllis rated it really liked it Shelves arc won I received an advance reader s copy of this book from Giveaway I would actually rate it as about a 3.5 so I rounded up in the rating.Johanna Howes left Martha s Vineyard to make her name as a journalist and she s become known for her one on one interviews with celebrities After her uncle who raised her falls and breaks his leg, she has to return to take care of him until he heals She was hoping her return would be short but her uncle has complications and she realizes it will be at I received an advance reader s copy of this book from Giveaway I would actually rate it as about a 3.5 so I rounded up in the rating.Johanna Howes left Martha s Vineyard to make her name as a journalist and she s become known for her one on one interviews with celebrities After her uncle who raised her falls and breaks his leg, she has to return to take care of him until he heals She was hoping her return would be short but her uncle has complications and she realizes it will be at least a couple of months The Island has two rival newspapers and, needing money, she starts freelancing at both but under different bylines Neither editor knows she is writing for the other paper She gets entangled in deception as she meets a handsome man at a political meeting, finds out he is at the center of a hot political situation which also involves her uncle, and tells neither the man nor her uncle about the other Johanna also finds herself questioning her feelings for going back to New York or staying on the Island The book is supposed to be a romantic comedy but I found it stressful than funny I did enjoy reading about Martha s Vineyard and the year round residents It was not a book I rushed to get back to whenever I stopped reading perhaps I was just not In the right mood for it flag Like see review Jan 17, 2019 Eve rated it liked it I received this book in a giveaway in exchange for an unbiased review What I enjoyed about the book I liked the premise of Anna trying to juggle both newspaper jobs and keep the truth hidden Of course it was going to blow up in her face I liked the characters and enjoyed the descriptions of island life I felt the book captured both mentalities What I disliked about the book it takes its time and there is no huge build up It all just goes along and I was never excited about any I received this book in a giveaway in exchange for an unbiased review What I enjoyed about the book I liked the premise of Anna trying to juggle both newspaper jobs and keep the truth hidden Of course it was going to blow up in her face I liked the characters and enjoyed the descriptions of island life I felt the book captured both mentalities What I disliked about the book it takes its time and there is no huge build up It all just goes along and I was never excited about any of it Sometimes you get so involved in the plot that you just can t wait to turn the page to see what happens next There was none of that for me It was too easy to put the book down and pick it up again The sudden blowup by Hank Anna dropped her life in Manhattan to come nurse her uncle and jumps right into doing chores and taking care of his every need There is no sign of friction apart from the scene with the axe, and then he explodes and their relationship is fractured I didn t get it.The vocabulary There were a lot of big words I don t have a problem with that but it could be very off putting to a casual reader So overall, I wasn t sorry I read it but I don t know how well I will remember it a few months from now flag Like see review Nov 17, 2018 Joy rated it really liked it Shelves books from good reads I received an advanced readers copy in a giveaway.So I was a quarter of the way in and what no love interest yet Isn t this supposed to be a romance The story moved along and I thought it was great how Anna got to work for two competing newspapers But where was the guy He finally showed up and the back and forth was fun And then the truth came out in so many ways I was surprised it didn t go worse for Joanna but then it wouldn t have been as much fun.A pretty fast read I did it o I received an advanced readers copy in a giveaway.So I was a quarter of the way in and what no love interest yet Isn t this supposed to be a romance The story moved along and I thought it was great how Anna got to work for two competing newspapers But where was the guy He finally showed up and the back and forth was fun And then the truth came out in so many ways I was surprised it didn t go worse for Joanna but then it wouldn t have been as much fun.A pretty fast read I did it on a day off from work Of course I didn t do anything else but oh well there is next week flag Like see review Jan 10, 2019 Susan rated it liked it I m not sure what it is about ON THE SAME PAGE, but it felt like the longest novel ever Maybe it s the long chapters or the extraneous detail or the fact that not much happens All those things, I guess, combine to make the story feel endless I also didn t care for Joanna, whose dishonest and immature behavior never seems to come with any real consequences She doesn t really learn any lessons or grow as a character, so yeah On the plus side, ON THE SAME PAGE is an atmospheric story that show I m not sure what it is about ON THE SAME PAGE, but it felt like the longest novel ever Maybe it s the long chapters or the extraneous detail or the fact that not much happens All those things, I guess, combine to make the story feel endless I also didn t care for Joanna, whose dishonest and immature behavior never seems to come with any real consequences She doesn t really learn any lessons or grow as a character, so yeah On the plus side, ON THE SAME PAGE is an atmospheric story that shows another side of Martha s Vineyard I liked learning about the place s own duality I also think Galland is a skilled writer this particular story just dragged and bugged for me flag Like see review Jan 21, 2019 Nancy Purdy rated it really liked it I liked the development of each character I felt I knew them and would enjoy spending time with most of them I ve never been to Martha s Vineyard and after reading this book I don t know if I want to ever visit Winter, which is several months, sounds miserable and the summer crowds described sound miserable I can see why a true Islander would be in love with the wildness of the place and want to protect it I do know enough about how tourism and encroachment destroy or damage places to know I liked the development of each character I felt I knew them and would enjoy spending time with most of them I ve never been to Martha s Vineyard and after reading this book I don t know if I want to ever visit Winter, which is several months, sounds miserable and the summer crowds described sound miserable I can see why a true Islander would be in love with the wildness of the place and want to protect it I do know enough about how tourism and encroachment destroy or damage places to know the dire descriptions of the cost of living for the locals are true and that is heartbreaking flag Like see review Jan 11, 2019 Lauren Scott rated it really liked it I won this book in a giveaway It was really good There are a couple of spots that are harder to pay attention to, but the witty banter really sucks you in On the Same Page paints a picture of a predicament that feels as if it could happen to us The emotions and language are raw and real flag Like see review Jan 03, 2019 Susan Krich rated it liked it This book was given to me through.It is a nice story but not one that can t be put aside to read later.There is a lot about seeming class differences on Martha s Vineyard or perhaps different viewpoints.The section in the back, When Life imitates Art, is what I should have read first It makes the book plausible flag Like see review Jan 10, 2019 Karen rated it it was ok Unnecessarily large and complicated words and found it very very slow More a love story with The Island than between the characters While the descriptions of the scenery are lovely It just dragged the whole story down flag Like see review Jan 24, 2019 Steven Ridgely rated it really liked it Great story flag Like see review Nov 24, 2018 Anita rated it liked it A lighthearted story of a journalist who has to relocate and juggle a family obligation and temporarily obtain work to make ends meet She has to assume two separate identities to maintain employment at both competing newspapers and unexpectedly also has to keep secrets from her wealthy new love interest since both newspapers are keen to get her to write stories about him This book was a quick read and somewhat predictable I did like the main character Joanna but her uncle was an annoying boor A lighthearted story of a journalist who has to relocate and juggle a family obligation and temporarily obtain work to make ends meet She has to assume two separate identities to maintain employment at both competing newspapers and unexpectedly also has to keep secrets from her wealthy new love interest since both newspapers are keen to get her to write stories about him This book was a quick read and somewhat predictable I did like the main character Joanna but her uncle was an annoying boor I received a free copy of this book from a 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    1. On the Same Page is just the kind of contemporary romance novel that I want to read I read mostly thrillers and crime novels However, now and then do I like to change genre and read something less deadly I picked this book because I thought it sounded funny and charming I love stories with a lot of heart and funny problems like trying to write for two different newspapers without either knowing it It would have been a lot easier for poor Joanna if she had not happened to fall in love with t On t [...]


    2. Goodness, goodness When I read a book I do not expect to have a dictionary by my side I like the sentences to flow without going, What Here are a few examples 1 Grudgingly cognizant2 homeland transmogrify3 hither or yon with a capriciousness4 gave him a gossamer nimbus5 Hanks jumbled gallimaufry miscellany.This is what makes a reading experience difficult Most people do not talk this way and the character Hank, whom I did not like, certainly would not have this vocabulary Nothing see Goodness, g [...]


    3. On The Same PageByN.D GarlandWhat it s all aboutJohanna leaves her work and her life in NYC to care for her beloved but grump and gruff Uncle Hank on Martha s Vineyard While on her extended stay she needs work so she freelances for both Vineyard papers and gets involved with a fascinating wealthy man who is having issues with the town Orion wants permission to land his personal helicopter at his front door but the town says no He does it anyway Why I wanted to read itI love books that On The Sam [...]


    4. Joanna aka Anna aka Joey returns to Martha s Vineyard in winter to care for her irascible uncle Hank who fell off a roof and finds her life turned upside down She left the Vineyard years before for college and life as a freelance journalist in NYC, where she also has a significant other, Brian If there s a fault with this well written novel, it s the relationship with Brian, who really isn t felt at all, which might be sort of the point Once she realizes she s going to be on the Vineyard fo Joan [...]


    5. Although I liked the character of Joanna and the author was able to convey the dilemma faced by her really well, the story struggled with adding anything to it I liked that the author was trying to dispel the myths that tourists generally have about a place like Martha s Vineyard, briefly mentioning the cocaine problem in youth and unemployment issues on the island off season, but I felt that real substance was lacking in the book Also, there are unnecessarily difficult phrases used throu Altho [...]


    6. I really enjoyed this story of a 30 something freelance journalist that leaves NYC to return home to Martha s Vineyard and take care of the uncle who raised her Her uncle was fixing his roof during a storm, fell off and broke his ankle He ends up facing health challenges, so Joanna pieces together jobs at the two competing newspapers to make ends meet She wrestles with keeping this from each paper s staff, as well as reporting about a rich summer inhabitant, Orion Smith, who wants to sue I real [...]


    7. I read this book because it was set on Martha s Vineyard, and I wanted that setting and those people I got glimpses of what I wanted, but overall it seemed too often to be written by someone who hates Martha s vineyard I think that was sort of the point the narrator was supposed to be disillusioned with the place she grew up at least at the beginning , and it was supposed to dispel myths of romantic island life, but for me it made the book unpleasant to read.Adding to this, I didn t like any I r [...]


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