Tag: Kathryn Ormbee

Lucky Few…By Kathryn Ormsbee

Lucky Few…By Kathryn Ormsbee

  I really needed a need an uplifting, funny, and quick read this week.  (It’s been a tough week around here). Kathryn Ormbee’s  new novel, ‘Lucky Few’, gave me all that and more. Although I wasn’t sure  what to expect , I knew a few pages in that this was my kind of book. This story is both plot and character driven. Orbmbee gives wonderful descriptive details. I can still envision Sanger’s yellow Fiat with the broken door, Stevie’s tiny ranch house, and the blinding Texas heat. Stevie herself is a complicated character. She is preoccupied by being defined as an outcast but doesn’t do much to deflect this reputation. Her best friend, Sanger, is a larger than life character. Sanger loves classical music, computer coding, and has two moms. Then there is the new guy, Max. Max moves in with his grandfather after having […]

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