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Jackpot! by Jackie Pilossoph
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Jan 06, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: kritter-reviewed-2012, signed-copy, own-and-read
Read from January 08 to 12, 2012 — I own a copy

A hilariously fun book that is written in two different fonts, one reserved for the daughter of our main character and the other for the son. The font change made for easy reading and I loved being able to hear about their own lives from themselves.

A wanna-be grandmother wins the lottery and is ready for her two children, 34 and 32 years old, who are both failing at their love lives. She wins the lottery and holds a part hostage with a contract that they may receive it if they can provide her a grandchild. The perfect premise to see how love and money interact and what is ultimately more important and everlasting. There is more to this story with a great twist at the end that of course I can not share because it completes the story.

I am quite glad I am not put in this predicament because I am definitely not in the mindset for childbearing. I am now more thankful than ever that my mom treats our pup just as a grandchild or grand fur baby as she likes to say!
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