Best Supporting Role

Sue Margolis s sexy British romp s USA Today have captivated readers who enjoy an irreverent, sharp witted look at love and dating Houston Chronicle Now she returns with a novel about a suddenly single mom whose life needs a lift.When her gambling addict husband died, Sarah Green was left penniless and with two children to raise Since then, she s been desperateSue Margolis s sexy British romp s USA Today have captivated readers who enjoy an irreverent, sharp witted look at love and dating Houston Chronicle Now she returns with a novel about a suddenly single mom whose life needs a lift.When her gambling addict husband died, Sarah Green was left penniless and with two children to raise Since then, she s been desperate to keep her professional and personal lives on firm financial footing And what could be safer than dating an accountant and working at a non emergency crime help line But then Sarah s aunt dies, leaving Sarah her once famous now flailing lingerie shop With her fashion background, Sarah reluctantly decides to make a go of it, even if that means breaking up with her too prudent boyfriend over the risk.Suddenly Sarah finds herself falling for Hugh, the handsome struggling actor she hired to renovate her new boutique, and entering a prestigious lingerie competition Taking chances has never been her forte, but the built in support of family and friends could give her the boost she s been looking for.
Best Supporting Role Sue Margolis s sexy British romp s USA Today have captivated readers who enjoy an irreverent sharp witted look at love and dating Houston Chronicle Now she returns with a novel about a suddenly singl

  • Title: Best Supporting Role
  • Author: Sue Margolis
  • ISBN: 9780451240132
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. openbooksociety/article/beBrought to you by OBS reviewer JoAnneSarah Green lives a comfortable life with her adman husband, Mike, and their two children, Dan and Ella, 8 and 5, respectively. Mike makes plenty of money, and Sarah, who before her marriage was an up-and-coming fashion designer, is happily renovating their new home, and is lucky she can afford to send her two children to a private school. When she discovers that Mike, who started gambling only to “blow off steam,” due to his str [...]

    2. I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review on TwoClassyChicsWhen this book first started out, I was expecting that this book was going to be more of a drama and not a light women’s read. As you are first introduced to Sarah and her husband, all is not right with the world and they are dealing with major crisis’s. Sarah is having to make major decision’s in her life and then her husband passes away unexpectedly, leaving her in a huge mess. I could really relate to her i [...]

    3. Originally reviewed at Novel EscapesBest Supporting Role began with a slightly dry voice for Sarah, I didn’t relate to her at first. Perhaps this was due to the position she was in at the beginning of the story. She’s in a state of angst, dealing with her husband’s growing gambling addiction, and I didn’t immediately warm to her. She then finds herself a single mother and through supporting her children I began to relate to her more and more. In the end, I’d wondered why I’d found th [...]

    4. As per usual when it comes to a Sue Margolis book - I loved it! Sarah had some seriously difficult situations to deal with - first, she finds out that her husband has a gambling addiction and they're about to lose their house. Then, he is killed in a most bizarre accident and she's left to sort all the debt on her own. Next, her aunt dies and leaves her a slowly dying lingerie business to take over. Then add romance issues on top of that!Definitely a good read, Sarah handled everything exactly a [...]

    5. BEST SUPPORTING ROLE by Sue Margolis is an interesting New Adult/Contemporary. WOW~what an interesting tale of dating, suddenly being a single Mom, and love.Sarah Green, finds herself a single Mom, after the death of her gambling-addicted husband's death. Penniless, with two children and thrust back into the dating game. What is more safer than dating an accountant. And she work at a crime help line, non-emergency, of course. Than her aunt dies, and leaves her, her failing lingerie shop. Enter, [...]

    6. This book was disappointing. I thought it would have way more pizzazz and spice than it did. The clever title and interesting concept - widowed woman in her late 30s inherits a specialty lingerie store and tries to make a go of it while parenting her two children alone - seemed like it would provide lots of opportunity for me to care about the character, maybe laugh a bit, hopefully see her meet with some happiness and success. In the end, I did finish the novel, never laughed, saw some cheer co [...]

    7. Check out the full review at Kritters RambilngsSarah is a fantastic main character - mom of two and at the beginning married to a man who is very successful in his career, but started to use gambling as a stress reliever and in doing so has gambled away everything they had. As I won't be spoiling the book a bit, as Sarah decides to leave the marriage, her husband dies - I won't tell you how, that is worth reading! So although Sarah is free from a horrible relationship and situation; she is now a [...]

    8. Really enjoyed the book, for the longest time I was pretty sure that things wasn't going to end well, the main character struggles throughout almost every chapter and rarely appears to have things together but manages to muddle through the day to day struggle of parenthood and daily living. The ending was quite good and I'm happy that things worked out well in the end.

    9. DPL. Very light triffle with little character development. But delivers what it promises--moderately amusing chick lit.

    10. I don't understand the great reviews that this book received.I was very disappointed. Very predictable, difficult to finish. Did not hold my attention at all.

    11. A good enough quick summer read, fine for pool or beach. Not the best of the genre but far from the worst.

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