Rewriting Monday Reporter Pepper Malone moved to Bailey Texas after a news story nearly got her killed Now she wants to be left alone to do her job in relative peace and quiet But when the newspaper s staff is targe

  • Title: Rewriting Monday
  • Author: Jodi Thomas
  • ISBN: 9780425226940
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Paperback
  • Reporter Pepper Malone moved to Bailey, Texas, after a news story nearly got her killed Now she wants to be left alone to do her job in relative peace and quiet But when the newspaper s staff is targeted by a madman with a grudge against the media, Pepper is drawn back into the public eye and into the arms of the paper s handsome owner.

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    1. Sweet Romance with a Mystery to Solve"Mike McCulloch owns the local newspaper, the Bailee Bugle. He's a man who has lived in the shadow of his older brother, who was the football star and the War hero. Even though his brother is gone and he knows his brother's secret, he cannot shake the legend his brother has left behind. The only bright spot in his life is his niece, Morgan who he has raised since his brother and his wife died in a tragic accident. Mike is a man that does what needs to be done [...]

    2. Patricia Anne (Pepper) Malone arrives in Bailee, Texas after getting the boot from the Chicago newspaper where she'd been a reporter. She doesn't have much money and is glad to stay at her great-aunt Wilma's place while Wilma is at the local nursing home recovering from surgery. Pepper is still recovering from the Chicago incident that got her fired and needs to find a job. She'll stick around until she has enough money to find a new job in a new city.Mike McCulloch runs the local newspaper and [...]

    3. This was a good beach read or listen. Johanna Parker is an excellent narrator and her voice made me stick with the book. Nice and relatively innocent book. Some mystery and relatively innocent love story. I love Jodi Thomas, she is proof that an author can write a good book without it needing to have R or X rated words or love scenes. I'm a fan of small towns and honest people, so it wasn't boring to me.

    4. If you like contemporary fiction with a twist it wasn’t bad at all. I thought the book was OK. I personally prefer more thrill and action and/or passion. I suppose I’m an intense kind of gal who needs to feel that intense emotion coming from the characters within the story.Like the reporter and the agent, I couldn’t help “profile” each person. Jodi did do an excellent job in creating her characters. Each one had different personalities and backgrounds. Thomas seemed to pair opposites t [...]

    5. This was just OK. I'm pretty sure if it hadn't been narrated very nicely by Johanna Parker I would have given up just less than half-way through.The deeply predictable nature of the story (I saw the *major* surprise coming about an hour into a 9 hour book) wasn't enlivened enough by the characters or the setting.For romantic suspense, it had neither romance or suspense. And there was one super-annoying bit where (view spoiler)[ Pepper's ex-bf who cost her her job, her reputation etc and landed h [...]

    6. I really enjoyed this book. Not one of my favorites but a good read. I loved how a piece of my favorite book was inserted into this one. I would have liked to know more about the history of this town and a little more about what happened to Pepper before she went there. I've always enjoyed the history in Jodi Thomas's books. She definatley goes the extra mile with the makeup of the characters and the places they are from. Love the history she writes in these books. For me that's what makes them [...]

    7. This was not a perfect story because I figured out the mysterious alley man's identity early on. I found myself enthralled however from start to finish with the primary as well as the supporting cast of characters the author graced this book with.What really worked was how nicely everyone in this small town fit their roles and how easily a city girl from Chicago found her niche not only professionally but for the first time personally.

    8. One of Jodi's best. Lush writing and great story telling. Jodi Thomas' ability to take you into the world of her characters and stories is remarkable. This book releases in April 09 and I highly recommend it.

    9. I didn't like this nearly as much as the other contemporary Thomas books, but it was still a good book. Plot was just a little too predictable and I didn't really connect to the main character at all. But the switching of voice from first to third was interesting.

    10. I thought I had read every book Jodi Thomas had written but came across this one and if I had ever read it I forgot it all. None of it sounded familiar. It was a great book, but then I am not surprised because I haven't read a book of hers that I haven't truly enjoyed. There was one character in this book that is in her Harmony Series and the Town of Bailee is also named in the series so feel like this was a lead up to the series along with Twisted Creek which is the next book on the list. If yo [...]

    11. Another great Jodi Thomas Texas book. Noted that Bailey and her husband Carter McKoy are mentioned as ancesters in this book. I love how she connects the dots in her books!

    12. Love her booksI have read a few of her books and have a hard time putting them down until I am done.

    13. Small town life with interesting characters and a bad guy. Not enough emotional pull for meORY BRIEF:Pepper was a top Chicago newspaper reporter. She was incorrectly accused of sleeping with someone to get a story and lost her job. She temporarily moves to a small town in Texas to lick her wounds and decide what to do while visiting her aunt. Mike is editor of the small town newspaper the Bailee Bugle. His family owned the newspaper for several generations. His brother Dave was supposed to take [...]

    14. Pepper Malone had lost her job in Chicago and had no where to go except to where her only living relative resided. That would be in Bailee, Texas. She would have a place to live for free while her aunt was recovering in a nursing home from a broken hip. Pepper had broken up with her boyfriend in Chicago and lost her job after writing a story about his family secrets. She no money and no place else to go. She noticed a sign in the window of the local newspaper office and walked in asking to take [...]

    15. This belongs in the "beach book" genre with a good, well-paced story, well-developed mystery, satisfying characters, and predictable romance. If I could have given it 3-1/2 stars, I would, but not quite a 4. Perfect for a bedtime, forget-the-cares-of-the-day, fast read. I thoroughly enjoyed it.Pepper Malone is a young journalist who was rising fast as a big-city reporter, but who made an error in judgment that sent her scrambling for escape to the little West Texas town of Bailee where her only [...]

    16. THIS SUMMARY/REVIEW WAS COPIED FROM OTHER SOURCES AND IS USED ONLY AS A REMINDER OF WHAT THE BOOK WAS ABOUT FOR MY PERSONAL INTEREST. ANY PERSONAL NOTATIONS ARE FOR MY RECOLLECTION ONLY Not one of my favorite Thomas books :-(Pepper Malone is a young journalist who was rising fast as a big-city reporter, but who made an error in judgment that sent her scrambling for escape to the little West Texas town of Bailee where her only remaining relative is an elderly aunt in a nursing home and where she [...]

    17. I've read a lot of romance books over the years; this one was like a breath of fresh air!The heroine is tough, spunky and not interested in love - you find "her" quite a bit in romance stories. The hero however was not your typical suave, charming male figure. In this story, he is shy yet clutzy and closed off. He's definitely the star of the book!There is quite a bit of intrigue in the book as the couple tries to figure out who is trying to harm them making the story not just one of romance. It [...]

    18. this is the first Romance novel that I have read in a long time. I liked the story of the big city reporter now trying to make her way in a small town, that is her ancestral home. The love story part was predictable because you read Romances for the happy ending after the stress and misunderstandings. I did like that Jodi broke up the romance into two couples and that kept you wondering if either of them would be disapponited but in the end all was well in Bailie, TX. I do have one problem with [...]

    19. I enjoyed this romantic suspense set in small town Bailee, TX. Big city journalist Pepper Malone decides to take a break from her fast paced life after getting fired from her previous job at the Chicago Sun. Although she thinks of her time in Bailee as only temporary, she begins to feel connected to the little town and the people in it, including her new boss, Mike McCulloch, at the Bailee Bugle. When Mike and the Bailee Bugle come under attack, Pepper and Mike work together to discover the iden [...]

    20. Ya' gotta love a girl named "Pepper" kind of adds some spice to the story, doesn't it ? (Boo ! Couldn't pass, though !)I liked this story of a young woman on the run from a mix w/some bad guys in Chicago (WHAT ! Bad Guys in Chicago ? Can it be ?) Pepper hides out in TX where an elderly aunt lives, gets a job on a small-town newspaper, finds herself falling reluctantly in love, and one thinks, living happily ever after but not yet ! many other sidebar encounters keep this fun little read moving [...]

    21. At the first chapter I told my husband I wasn't impressed. But I read a few more and got into the story. It was an easy read but that's not necessarily a good thing. If you like characters with depth, a believable plot line, and an unpredictable ending, you should look for something else. 30 pages from the end I had the "who dunnit" figured out. Disappointing. The pacing was unrealistic as well. Not saying it doesn't happen but not many people meet and agree to marry in 2 weeks time (no shotgun [...]

    22. I'm a huge fan of Jodi Thomas' old west books. I love her cowboys but this is the first contemporary I've read by her. It was fabulous! Her characters are so real they almost leap off the page. I love that she gives so much of not just the main characters, but ones that could easily get lost in the background without the details she writes. The love story between Pepper Malone and Mike McCullough is very well written and very well played out. Wonderful book!

    23. This book is a 4.5 book. Jodi Thomas has a wonderful way with stories and she makes her characters beliveable. This was a warm, wonderful and mysterious story that I could not put down. I have read several books by Jodi Thomas and in each one she grabs the reader and makes them look forward to every chapter and every minute of the book.

    24. Nice simple story. out who the bad person was early on though. I liked that she made a connection to one of her old historical romanace "The Wife Lottery Series" by using the town called Bailee as her setting in this story. I also didnt realized that this book was related to "Twisted Creek; but only by mention of a couple of characters.t plot.

    25. This book was a comfort read for me, one I could just relax and fall into. I was actually surprised that I was taken by surprise by who the perpetrator was. I'm usually good at figuring out mysteries, but I guess I wasn't doing much thinking while reading this book, just simply enjoying it. Rewriting Monday was a good book to pass the time with.

    26. This book was a wonderful, hopeful love story; not loud and boisterous, but quiet, steady and true. Jodi Thomas is very good at expressing the deep emotions of the main characters. I really enjoyed this book.

    27. I picked this up as an easy read for my husband, and ended up reading it myself. I liked the characters and I wanted to know how the story turned out. I'll put it on the dresser and see if he chooses it to read.

    28. A thoroughly delightful book! I was laughing at the funny dialogue in the first few pages. Didn't disappoint. Humor, intrigue, mystery, interesting characters and romance, plus a surprise at the end.Who could ask for more.

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