Aftermath (Jericho, book 2) by Ann McMan – book cover, description, publication history. Aftermath by Ann McMan is the follow-up to her debut novel, Jericho. It manages to take all of Jericho’s strengths and build on them, leaving the. Written by Ann McMan, narrated by Christine Williams. Download and keep this book for Free with a 30 day Trial.
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Susanne Wolff isn’t thrilled when her mother sends her all the way across the country to Freiburg to save her uncle’s stationery store from bankruptcy. Aug zftermath, Farah rated it it was amazing Shelves: Emotional intelligence, humor, desire, longing fully developed characters and meticulous detail have me just aftegmath to begin the third book in the series, having just finished the second!
Showing of 11 reviews. Day-to-day relationships have their challenges and what is so neat about this read is how Maddie and Syd communicate to navigate the challenges. So when a temp position at a celebrity gossip magazine becomes available, she goes after it.
Time enough for the characters to unpeeled anb little. Ann McMan was born in the mountains of Pennsylvania, but spent much of her childhood below sea level in northern Delaware.
Groomed since childhood to run a division of Fairchild Enterprises, she takes her birthright seriously. I decided to re-read this after I had already started it’s sequel, Goldenrod.
Taylor Andrews is at the top of her career. Mainly mcmna I couldn’t remember all that happened in Aftermath or some of the new characters.
Both stories–the lesbian couple’s and the small town’s–are beautifully textured. Way harsh, I know! Having worked with many young lesbian mentees from our local community college, I can say with certainty that I would definitely recommend this book to them and to any young women, who are finding their way with their sexuality. The end of their foster care is in sight but it doesn’t change the love Maddie and Syd feel towards young Henry or the need they have to make this transition painless for the boy.
When that dream died along with the girl she’d planned to marry one day, mc,an vowed to forget about happily ever afters. And if you can’t afford buying this one as well, ask fo It xftermath said in reviews, and at the beginning of the book itself, that Jericho doesn’t have to be read before this one. Looking for more fun adventures with Syd and Maddie.
Aftermath by Ann McMan
In Aftermath, the balance between comic and serious is sustained. The story is funny and heartfelt and I really loved it. Maddie’s brainy and beautiful mother, a peripheral if crucial figure in the earlier book, has a starring role this time, as does Maddie’s best friend David, already a major player in Jericho-the-book. Isabel is intelligent, sarcastic, and dammit, downright beautiful.
The conversations she has with Maddie voicing her fears and concerns are universal and oh so relatable.
The dialogue and the humour in Jericho and Aftermath are clever, educational quite, full of meaning a Best dialogue I’ve ever encountered so far in mcmman fiction, and have been reading over fifty in the last half a year. Then Sydney reappears after nearly five years. Great Book Great book.
What a great mix of real life reality-thought provoking and then a twist of humor to lighten up. The afternath of their foster care is in sight but it doesn’t change the love Maddie and Syd feel towards young Henry or the need they have to make this transition painless for the boy. Maddie’s dry sense of humor is the best i’ve seen. I can’t wait to read the next in the series 3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
For the academics and fanfiction nerds wftermath us, Aftermath provides an absolutely delicious riff on the genre: Who does that to someone about whom they care?
First, the writing is engaging, poignant, and clever, Second, the characters are written in scuh a way that you care about what is and will happen with them and between them. Better this time around, tho Maddie’s voice is still comically deep at times but not as bad as in Jericho or I just tolerated it more. The hardest part is that Hayden has to convince everyone around them that they’re madly in love and that racing down the aisle is all they’ve ever wanted. Luckily, ascending the cutthroat ladder of a high-pressure surgery residency to reach the top spot makes it easy to ignore what’s missing in her life.
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Nov 13, Ann rated it it was amazing. Clare Lydon, Harper Bliss Narrated by: Best dialogue I’ve ever encountered so far in lesbian fiction, and have been reading over fifty in the last half a year.
I highly recommend both books to fans of the genre. Not long after she is dumped by her longtime girlfriend, Grace meets the engaging and mysterious Abbie on a znn flight. Jericho is such a delightful place. Both stories–the lesbian couple’s and the small town’s–are beautifully textured.