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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But it was still extremely enjoyable. Ann McMan takes us back to Jericho and all the wonderful some nutty people who now face a tornado and its aftermath.

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So if you truly can’t afford both, i’d go with Jericho for sure. Good follow up to Jericho. The Shape of You By: This book stands alone. Not long after she is dumped by her longtime girlfriend, Grace meets the engaging and mysterious Abbie on a cross-country flight.

In the weeks and months to come, Syd, Maddie, and all of Jericho are forced to pick up the pieces and rebuild their homes, their lives, and their town.

It manages to take all of Jericho ‘s strengths and build on them, leaving the [listener] with a story that is often hilarious, occasionally heartrending, and entirely satisfying Better than the first It’s not often that the second book is better than the first. When you start laughing out aloud you know it funny.


And it’s not as if she’ll enjoy all those fake kisses and loving looks. Goldenrod A Jericho Novel. None of these were present in the last third of the book. Tastefully told I find Ann McMan writes an engaging thoughtful story without unnecessarily graphic sex scenes. The task is sometimes hard, sometimes emotional, and sometimes absurd, but is always full of smart and sassy humor and an abundance of good food and wine.

French Kissing follows a group of Parisian women as they navigate the stormy waters of love and life. This is a whirlwind mcmam written but essentially fun times are had by characters I already loved. In Aftermath these characters get mcmam romp and play.

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But i still enjoyed it, and recommend it. Could the whole thing get more vain and sexist?

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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. They also face their share of adult crises, in addition to an exceptional run of screwball incidents. Amanda Kayhart Narrated by: Meanwhile, village sweetheart Rosie Perkins has no time for affairs of the heart – she’s just struggling to keep her cafe and life afloat.


I highly recommend both books to fans of the genre. I definitely recommend this book.

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It’s kind of like Jan Karon’s Mitford series with lesbians. Is it really necessary to read this after Jericho? 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 aftermxth to any young women, who are finding their way with their sexuality. I couldn’t put it down and hope there are many sequels.

My major stumbling block was Henry the foster child Maddie and Syd are deeply enamored of. I decided to re-read this after I had already started it’s sequel, Goldenrod.

Emmett is barely over her shock when she discovers Sydney is her new competition for the coveted chief’s position everyone, including Emmett, expects will be hers.

Once again the writing is excellent, the wit razor sharp and the observation of after,ath behaviour is right on point. 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.