Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Book Review: Spinning by Michael Baron


Dylan Hunter was living it up in New York City, with a great job in a public relations firm and a new, sexy woman in his bed just about every weekend. His only responsibility was making his clients and his boss happy. He was doing great keeping all his proverbial plates spinning around and around. Until Diane walked back into his life with her three-year-old daughter, Spring. Soon Dylan finds himself skipping the late nights at the bar to spend quiet time at home. His priorities begin to change and he starts to see a different path in his future.

In Spinning, Michael Baron brings us into Dylan's heart and mind as he struggles to keep all the plates spinning. When he suddenly finds himself fulfilling the role of Spring's sole caregiver, things start to slip. How can he hold on to his job, his friends, his lifestyle, while caring for a little girl on his own? What is really important to him? Will he be able to keep all the plates spinning or will something have to drop?

Once again, Michael Baron has developed characters with such depth that I feel like I know them. And he has created relationships that are realistic and heartwarming. If you're looking for a touching story of love and transformation, I highly recommend Spinning.

My Rating: 4/5

For more information and to purchase Spinning, visit Michael Baron's website.

Read my reviews of other books by Michael Baron:
Crossing the Bridge
The Journey Home
Leaves

This review was written based on an e-book copy of Spinning that I received from The Story Plant in exchange for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. Sounds interesting a new author to me, a name I will try to remember.

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