So Different

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So Different Mariah Sullivan is a tattoo wearing bruise covered kick ass roller derby girl who doesn t put up with people who mistreat others Her fierce exterior masks a woman who is loving compassionate and de

  • Title: So Different
  • Author: Ruthie Robinson
  • ISBN: 9781585714667
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mariah Sullivan is a tattoo wearing, bruise covered, kick ass roller derby girl who doesn t put up with people who mistreat others Her fierce exterior masks a woman who is loving, compassionate and deeply loyal to those she loves.Adam Barnett Jr is a dentist like his father He has come to Austin to take over his father s dental practice while he recuperates from an acciMariah Sullivan is a tattoo wearing, bruise covered, kick ass roller derby girl who doesn t put up with people who mistreat others Her fierce exterior masks a woman who is loving, compassionate and deeply loyal to those she loves.Adam Barnett Jr is a dentist like his father He has come to Austin to take over his father s dental practice while he recuperates from an accident The timing couldn t have worked better for Adam, who just broke off his wedding engagement to a woman he thought was perfect, both inside and out.He meets Mariah at her regular dental appointment She is interested, willing to put aside her normal reticence and give him a chance Adam, however, assumes the worst about her, given her black eye and the bruises on her arm He assumes that she is the victim of some form of abuse and he approaches her in an attempt to help her seek help But Mariah, with assistance from Adam s father, has a thing or two to teach him about making assumptions As they spend time together and get to know each other they find sex, friendship, and eventually love.

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    1. Gisèle Altagracia on said:

      The good: - As far as occupation and interests go, Mariah, the female lead character is one groovy chick. She plays roller derby, which is bad ass and she is a behavioral trainer for the visually impaired. - The story telling was on point, good pacing and enough back story to keep it interesting- Even though both the lead characters were annoying AF at moments, I could still relate with some of their issues- Even though this story didn’t reach the same level of excellency as Reye’s Gold and [...]

    2. Tina on said:

      I bought this book on the strength of this author's others works even though, admittedly, each book I've read has not come close to the first book, Reye's Gold.As I began this book, I really, really thought she had recaptured the magic of the first book. This feeling lasted less than a chapter.I will say that the stand out thing about this book was how the author attempted (I say attempted because I do not think she succeeded) in positioning Mariah as outside of the 'typical' black woman stereot [...]

    3. Shawnette on said:

      Another well written story by Ruthie Robinsonever it's just a TEENY bit better than an OK read in MHO.er than her last onebut NOT as good as Reye's GoldMariah and Adam's constant REPETITIVE thoughts with regards to their budding relationship are extremely ANNOYINGd I've learned EVERYTHING I wanted or maybe NEVER wanted to learn about roller derbybut it's still quite COMICAL at times and the full cast of characters, main and secondary are COLORFUL and very ENTERTAININGat being said I'll continue [...]

    4. Davina on said:

      I have to say after reading this book on my kindle, it's my second favorite by this author after her first novel, "Reye's Gold".I liked both of the lead characters and overall found the story an enjoyable, and fast-ish read (I basically read it all in one sitting). I've liked all the novels by Ruthie Robinson but this one worked for me a little more than her last two books (though not quite on the level of "Reye's Gold").I totally recommend "So Different" and hope others like the story of Adam a [...]

    5. Cathie Smith on said:

      great book, Mariah and Adam meet when she goes to get a cavity fixed, Adam is helping his dad out at the family dental business, Adam assumes that Mariah is a victim of domestic violence because she has a black eye and tries to help her, but Mariah is part of a Roller Derby team. the to meet and start off as bed buddies and the romance goes from there, the book is sweet and shows how the fall for each other but neither wants to admit it.

    6. Cyndi on said:

      This book is excellent! The story was "so different" from what I usually choose to read. Ruthie Robinson is fast becoming an auto-buy author mine. Whip it Fast! LOL Highly Recommended

    7. Red on said:

      So, I decided to get this book 'cause I really liked Reye's Gold. This book has some good parts but some things really bugged me from the start, so I'll start with that.First, the whole "fake" act at the beginning. This set up was of very bad taste. I didn't found it funny AT ALL. And I don't understand how Adam's father would come up with such an idea. I think Adam reacted the RIGHT way, when he noticed Mariah's condition. And he didn't just jumped to conclusions. He checked her medical record. [...]

    8. LaTosha on said:

      So.e good some badI liked how the main characters met, I liked the interesting occupations and hobbies the characters had and I like the idea of the romance between the two. I even liked the idea of the chase that had the guy pursuing the woman. So I really like the ideas of what I think the author was trying convey, but I'm not sure if the execution worked for me.I didn't like that the woman was occasionally mean. I think the author was trying to make the woman seemed like someone who was nice [...]

    9. Hasien on said:

      I enjoyed that this story speaks on erasing stereotypes. Not everyone is who you think, just get to know them.

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