Crunch time

From Andrea Kalinowski
author: Davidson, Diane Mott
Crunch time
Crunch time by Diane Mott Davidson was anentertaining read but for the first time, Goldy Schulz really got on my nerves with her insistence on bulldozing ahead. She blithely disregards her husband’s concerns for her safety and just blunders around in his case. Her husband suggests they expand their family  but I am wondering if his ulterior or hidden motive is to ground Goldy. The book focuses mainly on the issue of Cuban refugees and their boat captains. Yolanda, one of Goldy’s support staff and her friend, and Ferdinanda, her aunt, have earned the enmity of Kurt, Yolanda’s former boyfriend turned stalker. There are various other threads woven through the story but Goldy’s insistence on forcing her nose into everything was a great irritant to me this time. I felt like tapping her shoulder and ordering her to a timeout.

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