Sundays in Bed With… Maybe Once, Maybe Twice by Alison Rose Greenberg

Happy Sunday! I’m back today with “Sundays in Bed With….” a meme that dares to ask what book has been in your bed this morning. Come share what book you’ve spent time curled up reading in bed, or which book you wish you had time to read today!  This meme was originally hosted by Midnight Book Girl.

Today, I’m in bed with Maybe Once, Maybe Twice by Allison Rose Greenberg. This releases in couple of days, and I’m hoping to read most of it today.

About the Book:

Title: Maybe Once, Maybe Twice

Author: Alison Rose Greenberg

Page Length: 336

Publication Date: Oct. 3, 2023

Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin

Synopsis: You know that old saying, “if we are still single when we’re 35, we should get married?” Well, Maggie Vine made that vow with two different people, at two very different stages of her life.

And they both showed up.

Maggie Vine’s life is going extra-medium. At 35 she’s pursuing her dreams of being a singer and being a mother―though neither is successfully panning out. So when Garrett Scholl―stifled hedge fund manager by day but electrifying aspiring rock singer by night―comes to her 35th birthday party with the intention to kiss Maggie senseless, it feels like one piece might click into place. Except he’s engaged to someone else, and Maggie knows she won’t fit into the cookie-cutter life he’s building for himself.

Enter Asher Reyes. Her first boyfriend from summer camp, turned into heartthrob actor, he’s lived a successful yet private life ever since he got famous. When a career-changing opportunity is presented to Maggie after her reconnection with Asher, it feels like everything―music, love, family―will fall into place. But her past won’t let her move on without a fight.

LINKS:   Goodreads   |    Amazon

What are you reading today? Comment below!!

4 thoughts on “Sundays in Bed With… Maybe Once, Maybe Twice by Alison Rose Greenberg

  1. I hope you enjoy this one! It ended up being just so/so for me, though I did appreciate elements of it. I’m reading Spells for Forgetting right now!

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