Beyond Hope

Beyond Hope

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by Jamie Lynn
     
 
Sally Montgomery tries to put her life back together one greasy pizza
slice and bad tip at a time. A master's degree from Penn State can't
get her hired at museums, daycare centers, fast food restaurants, or
as a body guard for Britney Spears. With a dwindling bank account, her
options are homelessness, or a rusty futon in her father's

Overview

Sally Montgomery tries to put her life back together one greasy pizza
slice and bad tip at a time. A master's degree from Penn State can't
get her hired at museums, daycare centers, fast food restaurants, or
as a body guard for Britney Spears. With a dwindling bank account, her
options are homelessness, or a rusty futon in her father's basement.
Bunking behind her dad's washing machine, Sally spends her time
watching Keeping up with the Kardashians marathons and sipping on
Captain Morgan. The day after her boyfriend dumps her, she gets hired
at Cowboy Cal's Pizza Corral. The boss considers her a sexy cougar at
the age of 25 and mandates thigh high daisy dukes, push up bras, and
his sexual harassment of the employees. Biting her tongue, Sally tries
to turn this Hooters and Chucky Cheese hybrid into her dream job.

Her boss's cougar label imitates life when her younger coworker asks
her out. Sally is surprised when this post break-up fling with a Zac
Efron look-a-like turns into something more. Sally's new romance
threatens her job security because her cougar-loving boss wants her.
He's not the only one vying for Sally's attention. Just as she is
settling into her new life, her ex shows up offering her the dream
life she once thought she wanted. With a little humor, self bar
tending, bad reality television marathons, and an adjustment of her
post college visions, Sally creates a life for herself in unexpected
places.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012077127
Publisher:
Jamie VanGeest
Publication date:
01/29/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
191 KB

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Beyond Hope 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really liked the book. It was really funny and I liked the romance in the book. I could relate because I have been unemployed for the last six months.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the story, liked the characters but needs to be edited and cleaned up a bit.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a horribly written book. Everyone sounds like a robot because the author doesn't use contractions. I couldn't even finish it! The story was unrealiatic and high school even though the main character is like 26. Nice idea. Poorly executed.
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