Divine Appointments A review
Divine appointments by Charlene Ann Baumbich
Josie Brooks is not interested in disruption. Everything in her life is organized, minimal, and efficient. A successful business consultant in Chicago with a type-A personality, she ruthlessly identifies and slashes any source of economic wastefulness with complete disregard for the employees themselves. Soon, everyone at Diamond Mutual calls her "The Dragon" as she orders the termination of decent, hardworking people for the sake of profit. Josie's rigid life, however, mysteriously begins to unravel when a strangely alluring snow globe appears at her apartment. Soon afterward, Josie is forced to confront her own flaws and fears, beginning an emotional journey toward love, friendship, mourning, and new beginnings.
Divine Appointments was so hard for me to get through, there was nothing truly exciting or interesting about it. It took about a hundred pages to get something that was unexpected. There was something I did enjoy the main character, Josie Brooks, even if she had no feelings. Josie was pretty interesting to try to understand her. And I also enjoyed another character named Marsha, she was different and something I believe she can relate to a whole bunch of other women out there. This book was full of emotions, it goes up and down. Some parts were sad, in which I hated and just heartwarming.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.
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