A Story of Now (A Story of Now Series – Book #1) by Emily O’Beirne

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Book One in the A Story of Now Series

Author: Emily O’Beirne

Description

Nineteen-year-old Claire Pearson knows she needs a life. And some new friends.

But brittle, beautiful, and just a little bit too sassy for her own good sometimes, she no longer makes friends easily. And she has no clue where to start on the whole finding a life front, either. Not after a confidence-shattering year dogged by bad break-ups, friends who have become strangers, and her constant failure to meet her parents sky-high expectations.

When Robbie and Mia walk into Claire’s work they seem the least likely people to help her find a life. But despite Claire’s initial attempts to alienate them, an unexpected new friendship develops.

And it’s the warm, brilliant Mia who seems to get Claire like no one has before. Soon, Claire begins to question her feelings for her new friend.

Additional information

Publication Date

July 2015

Formats

epub, mobi, and pdf

Edition

1st

Length

128,000 words

Language

English

ISBNs

978-3-95533-346-1 (mobi), 978-3-95533-347-8 (epub), 978-3-95533-348-5 (pdf)

Publisher

Ylva Publishing

2 reviews for A Story of Now (A Story of Now Series – Book #1) by Emily O’Beirne

  1. kurtozinga
    Rated 5 out of 5

    :

    Straight away I knew I was going to enjoy this book and love the main character, Claire. The writing lured me in from the start with the vivid description of her gaining entry into her parent’s home without alerting them as if the stakes were very, very high.

    The character seemed to act her age and I felt the age with her vivid inner monologue. Her mind drifts with her future possibilities while living in the now, not deciding on anything but just living. With the introduction of the minor characters the story sets off. I particularly enjoyed the lack of any stereotyping in the book and showing life, warts and all. The transition from youth to adult is such a precarious time, or should be.

    I loved the book and I have that gushy, good feeling from having just finished it.

  2. wkgreen
    Rated 5 out of 5

    :

    Great Story that follows the path of two women coming together.

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