Get Cozy, Josey
By Susan May Warren
Reviewed by Martha Artyomenko
Gone with the wind-chill!!! Hold onto your hats for this adventure with Josey in the cold of Siberia! Talk about culture shock, when Josey discovers living without indoor plumbing, the lack of junk food as well as a neighbor whose “gift” of what Josey thought was cheese bread turns out to be Garlic sala (uncooked pig fat soaked in garlic) instead as an intro to life in her new town. Communication lapses between husband and wife, troubles with nosy people who seem to want to tell you how to raise your children, as if raising twins in a foreign country was not hard enough…all of that combined make this book a delightful read!
What I loved about it was the real factor Susan Warren put in, where I could really relate to Josey, because it was real life! The sprinkle of Russian words throughout the book adds to its realness to me and since I knew what they were saying, it added to the flavor of the book!
This book is a small paperback size that makes it a fun short read to take on a trip or wherever with you. If you are a mother, a wife and thinking of how romantic it would be to live in another country, you have to read this book! You will enjoy this and the other Josey books!<p>
You can buy this small paperback -352 pg. Book from Christianbook.com
If you would like to read the first chapter, here is the link to do so
Susan’s Website is here!
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If you would like to enter the Get Cozy contest head over to Susan’s blog tour post and comment to win a Get Cozy Basket. It will be loaded with chocolate, coffee and other goodies! Follow the link to read all about it! In your comment tell Susan about your favorite winter activity or winter memory! <p>
Now, I am going to enter you to win a copy of your very own Get Cozy, Josey!
I would like you to leave a comment telling me what is the worst thing you have eaten or drunk thinking it was something it was not!
Mine is fairly embarrassing……I took a drink of a cup on the counter which I thought was the rest of hot chocolate, after I swallowed, I discovered it was breast milk, my sister had pumped…..yeah. I think the worst was having to tell her you just drank her milk. Well, now it is your turn!