Reading with a grain of salt, more like tablespoon

Believe - Erin McCarthy

I criticized Erin McCarthy's first book in this series, called "True" - because it had pretty much every NA stereotype one could think of and then some.  Ended up skipping the second, but the third, I heard from some was better.  


So's not.  But I don't have many expectations, so I'm going to read it with an academic/curious filter.  Hopefully I should get through it sometime today and put up a review for it soon after.  So far, the heroine's recovering from a drunken night and has just realized that she'd had sex with her best friend's boyfriend.  And his response?  "Well, she's not here, is she?"


To say that's not going to end well is an understatement.