Details about We Are the Brennans by Tracey Lange
We Are the Brennans by Tracey Lange ePub PDF free download – Five years after Sunday Brennan left her family and life partner in New York for another life in L.A. she gets in a horrible fender bender. Presently, to recuperate, she should fly back to her home where there are a many individuals sitting tight for a clarification. Individuals who have privileged insights of their own.
Amazing… I completed this book and needed to accept a couple of full breaths as I attempted to deal with it! Convoluted family dramatizations are exceptionally hot or miss for me, yet this was a hit. I flew through it in 24 hours and considered everything for quite a long time after.
The grinding noise and vibration of the rumble strips under her passenger-side tires snapped Sunday to attention. Getting behind the wheel had been a bad idea. She tightened her grip at ten and two. Then she worked her eyes a bit, blinking and widening them, because a passing “Construction Ahead” sign briefly doubled. Her exit was coming up, just a few more minutes. She checked her speed and nudged the accelerator. Denny used to tell her the cops looked for cars going too slow, a sign of drunk driving.
She’d ordered an Uber, but the estimated time of arrival kept getting pushed back. Probably some Hollywood event going on, which always played havoc with the traffic. At some point she looked up from her phone to realize she’d been left alone with the bartender. That’s when she rushed out of there and decided to chance it. It had been a last-minute invite that afternoon. Mia—or was it Maia?—another waitress who’d only been at the diner for a couple months, asked Sunday to come out for her birthday. She almost said no and went home. Like she did most nights. But if she went home she would open the email from Jackie and stare at the photo again, and that thought was too damn painful. She wanted to be anywhere other than her lonely apartment that night. So she’d gone to the annoying hipster bar with the LED ice cubes to attend a birthday party for a girl she barely knew.