I first developed a crush on Claire in Fat Girl. As a blogger, she talked a lot about her very relateable struggles in many aspects of life. She said a lot of things that hit home with me, so I was very excited that we got more of her life with Jack in Music Man.
Jack has gotten an opportunity to do what he loves, performing. But it comes at a very poor time in his life. It’s a good thing he has such a strong woman in his corner cheering him on. But as life is known to do, these opportunities come with severe repercussions. He must find the right balance of singing, traveling, parenting, and maintaining his relationship with Claire.
Normally when I review, I do a summary of how I see the book. I’ve kept that vague because there is a lot is going on, and I think I would spoil it. While Claire has made great strides, she still struggles with some insecurities. It makes Claire even more relatable than she already was. I love the characters and the bonding the female characters experience even when they’re worried they won’t click. Nicely done.
Music Man is available on Amazon for $3.99, it’s enrolled in KU.