Four Midwest Lunch Ladies Find Adventure On The Road in TO HELL IN A COACH BAG A wacky widow, a wild divorcee, a frustrated wife and their mid-life hormonal boss are the "lunch ladies". On a quest to find solace from life's disappointments and recapture their youthful spirit, Dani, Sam, Alex and Max set out on a cross-country road trip. As their sisterhood brings adventureFour Midwest Lunch Ladies Find Adventure On The Road in TO HELL IN A COACH BAG A wacky widow, a wild divorcee, a frustrated wife and their mid-life hormonal boss are the "lunch ladies". On a quest to find solace from life's disappointments and recapture their youthful spirit, Dani, Sam, Alex and Max set out on a cross-country road trip. As their sisterhood brings adventure and opens the door to new relationships, happiness could be just around the bend, or they may be heading to Hell in a Coach bag. THE DEVILISH DIVAS SERIES, in order To Hell in a Coach Bag Damned if I Do The Devil You Know Satan, Line One MEET M.J. Schiller: Having recently taught four children to drive, lunch lady M.J. Schiller likes to escape from life by writing, and occasionally pretending to be a rock star at karaoke. However... don't expect to see her name on any record labels. ...
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To Hell in a Coach Bag (The Devilish Divas Series, Book 1) Reviews
We all have bad things that happen in our lives, right? We also have friends to help us through both the good and the bad. Meet four friends who find the perfect balance of support and swift kicks in the backside when each one needs it in M.J. Schiller’s TO HELL IN A COACH BAG. Sam is the wildchild, once burned but still plays with fire. Dani has lived through a person’s worst nightmare, becoming a widow and she continues to struggle with the loss and moving on. Maxine is their boss and their “den mother.” Alexis gives great attitude with her support. Together, they are a quartet of mirth, madness and mayhem as this time out, it is Dani who needs them the most, with Sam a close second as they take a heartbreaking roadtrip to Denver, for Dani’s father’s funeral. Who knew that such a sad journey could turn into a truly romantic escapade, because life is for the living and sometimes losing someone opens our eyes to the life and love that surrounds us.Sometimes fate steps in just when you need it most and surely that is what happened when Dani ran into a band roadie she met once before and couldn’t stop thinking of. Turns out Tucker never forgot her either, and he is so much more than just a roadie, who just happens to be in Denver at the same time?!? If Dani can get past her past, he is there for her, but the loss of the love of her life is a continually nightmare that she can’t let go of.Kyle has it bad for Sam, ever since they met in a bar and they have stayed in long distance contact. Sam has been burned before and her heart has the scars to prove it, but when Kyle shows up it looks like things are going just fine, until Sam runs like a bat outta heck at the first sign of love.Two crazy-messed up women who want what their hearts won’t let them have, two men willing to take a chance, but not at the risk of having their hearts carved out. Stalemate or just a bump on the road to love? Whatever it is, both Alexis and Maxine may discover that what they have is well worth hanging on to, warts and all, if it isn’t too late, that is.Settle in for the fun, the laughs, the emotional turmoil and a ride through the tunnel of love as it hits the white water rapids and careens toward the mile high waterfall of love. Who will take the plunge and who will capsize? M.J. Schiller takes us on a rollercoaster of life, love, loss and learning to love again, even if it is by taking babysteps. Fabulous writing, fabulous characters, fabulous friendships and one very expensive purse that must have cupid hiding inside….I received this copy from M.J. Schiller in exchange for my honest review.Series: The Devilish Divas Series - Book 1Publisher: ePublishing Works! (March 26, 2017)Publication Date: March 26, 2017Genre: Women's Fiction | HumorPrint Length: 248 pagesAvailable from: Amazon | Barnes & NobleFor Reviews & More: http://tometender.blogspot.com
Chick lit is not my usual genre but I liked the sound of four lunch ladies on a road trip and I found the book immensely enjoyable. So enjoyable I finished it in a couple of days.I received a copy of this book from e-book discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review.
Everyone has, met or are searching for their soul mate. M.J. Schiller focuses on the fears, lost and heartache we all enthrall to conquer love.
Easy, silly read. Way less cheesy than a lot of the light chick lit reads that I read between heavier books.
If you just want to read something silly and light, I guess this could be it. There wasn't really much to it, and some of the story line was not sensible. I was disappointed that only two of the four women in this book got the limelight, and I kept forgetting who the other who were. Suddenly one would be mentioned and I'd think, "Now, who was that again?" I didn't like the ending at all, although I understand it's designed to make you read the next book. Nope. I probably won't.
Wonderful Chick-Lit NovelI loved this story about 4 crazy women going through different stages of life and love together. The plot was more than believable. I felt like I have known the characters in real life. I will be reading Book 2 and anything else by this author. I received this book at no cost and voluntarily chose to post my review.
A cute and fun book, with a good amount of humor. Dealt with a lot of relationship dynamics including, family, friends, lovers...
DisjointedRandom sex and ladies who play are thinly veiled subjects in this disjointed tale about love and lose and sex and death.
I enjoyed this chick flick about four different women, but felt two of the women were barely touched on. The ending gave closure to these two women but the two main characters needed more closure. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.
It took me a little while to get into To Hell in a Coach Bag, as I was unable to figure out the relationship between the principal people until I was about twenty percent through the book. After that it all became clear and once I had dealt with the confusion, I really began to enjoy the story, which has distant echoes of Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. I loved the odd friendship between Sam and Dani and their crazy antics, as well as the safety net provided by Maxine and Alexis. All four women are handling their own heartache as best they can, but Dani is the most vulnerable of them all. The road trip to Denver to attend the funeral of Dani’s father is something of a catalyst for each of the women. Kyle and Tucker enter the story as secondary characters, but I would really have liked to know that there was some hope for them in the future. I was really disappointed that both men were cut off at the knees, and that Dani woke up too late to the fact that she might have a future with Tucker. Otherwise, I thoroughly enjoyed this book, the highs and lows of each of the women, as well as the humour of each escapade. I did a quick calculation of our currency against the US$, and was horrified at the cost of Sam’s coach bag! No wonder she urged Tucker to rescue it when it fell over the balcony. To Hell in a Coach Bag is well written, without grammatical and spelling errors and the story ties well together. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.