This Is Where We Live

This Is Where We Live

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This Is Where We Live 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
ARB More than 1 year ago
A story line that rings true for the current economic times. I couldnt put it down and if you were ever in the position of being a distressed homeowner like so many are today, you will be able to relate and will find you asking your self, how far would you go to keep your home?
Lynie More than 1 year ago
THIS IS WHERE WE LIVE is the story of a young artistic couple, Claudia and Jeremy. Claudia is an aspiring filmmaker and Jeremy is a musician; both are on the verge of really making it. Saddled with a mortgage on a house that Jeremy never wanted in major need of repairs, they're awaiting Claudia's first film to be released so they can enjoy the big payday. Of course, her film doesn't do what they hoped and their downward financial spiral forces them to reevaluate just what they want out of life for themselves and together. To complicate matters, Jeremy's old and very successful artist girlfriend arrives and causes even more stress on their marriage. Janelle Brown has introduced us to self-centered characters who are married but don't really connect or communicate. While Claudia does everything possible to save her home, Jeremy embarks on what he hopes is the life he wants; both not realizing what's really important until it's almost too late. Trite, light, chick lit. Lynn Kimmerle
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emmatess More than 1 year ago
Extremely annoying characters with a thin plot line made me want to scream "grow up". And "indie" screenwriter who strives to be an "indie" director is married to a musician in an "indie" band. They buy an overpriced house in LA, then can't figure out why they have no money. Their self-centered friends are no more likable or sympathetic. And where this indie stuff came from is beyond my frame of reference, but I bet the word appears in the book two dozen times.