Margaret Vincent Foster came into the world with two things: money and a rebellious streak. She can’t find the love of her life, so she fills the void by dating characters you would normally only find in the drunk tank on a full moon. She’s the girl your parents never thought to warn you about. She will steal your heart, and maybe a little bit of your soul.Maggie’s only goal is to not end up like her socialite parents and their friends. They want her to settle down and be comfortable, and all Maggie can think about is a boy in a Star Wars costume she met half a lifetime ago. Her prized velvet Elvis and celebrity hair clippings in tow, she drags everyone along as she carves her own path in the world.
When others are going down, Maggie is going up.
Maggie is crazy. Full-on, the world is her oyster, cray cray. And I LOVE it! She is full of the unexpected and she keeps you guessing! And her relationship with her parents – her mother especially – reminds me of Lorelai Gilmore in a way. At 16, she is able to convince her mother to take her to San Diego for Comic Con. While there, Maggie meets the male version of herself, Finn, and immediately clicks with him. And they lose touch after a magical afternoon.
We go through the years and understand that Maggie has always been different and beats to the tune of her own drum. Meanwhile dreaming of Finn and the connection they had….
And that’s all I’m saying. You want a dose of hilarity, sweetness, crazy quirks, READ THIS!!!
When Katherine Stevens isn’t writing, she can usually be found opening juice boxes and looking for lost shoes. Her kids keep her quite busy and always zig-zagging across the line of sanity. She is a lifelong Texan with a terrible sense of direction and even worse memory. She thinks life is entirely too hard if you don’t laugh your way through it.
As a child, she dreamed of being the most sarcastic astronaut in history, but her poor math skills and aversion to dehydrated food kept her out of the space program. Now she writes to pass the time until NASA lowers their standards. Your move, NASA.
OTHER BOOKS BY KATHERINE STEVENS
Felony Ever After: http://amzn.to/2ll1sR7