going for broke PDF/EPUB ↠ going for eBook â

going for broke PDF/EPUB ↠ going for eBook â


10 thoughts on “going for broke

  1. Amanda Milleson Amanda Milleson says:

    This book was just okay Not bad but not really interesting either The middle seemed to drag on and on and the ending was predictable Honestly I probably should have uit 12 way through but I just can't seem to leave a book unread


  2. Elly Jo Elly Jo says:

    lots of typos but okay book if you can get past the typos


  3. Ruth Ruth says:

    Victoria was the girl from the wrong side of a wealthy town so after college she knew that she was never heading back thereeverHaving married the right man Victoria had a life of leisure She belonged to all the best clubs had designer clothes dined at the best restaurants had staff to attend to her needs her children attended a prestigious private school and they traveled to exotic locations Imagine her surprise when men show up at her door looking for her husband And the have a search warrant Her husband has disappeared and evidently he left with a lot of money but the problem is that the money belonged to other people The FBI is on the hunt for him and all of their assets are seized and frozen With nothing but the amount that a long time friend gives her Victoria is forced to return home to her mother's house What kind of life is she going back to how will she survive when she can no longer afford to buy anything and what will her children think when they start to attend public school? The worse part is that she has an FBI agent following her every move The errant husband always returns to the family supposedly but as days turn into weeks Victoria doubts that that will happen and yet the FBI agent remains doggedly following her Can a rich lady go back to her humble roots? Is Victoria strong enough to face the terrible disaster that has befallen her? This story was a good one despite the high number of errors in word choice etc Go for the content and you will enjoy the story that Howard has created


  4. Kathy Kathy says:

    Nice free ebook Interesting to see what might happen to a NYC socialite who is forced to return to the Midwest and a world she spent so much time running away from Didn't find the FBI character as interesting or realistic


  5. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    It was a free eBook and you do get what you pay for This book was full of grammatical errors and missing words and it had a very predictable ending But it was entertaining enough that I did finish it


  6. Kari Kari says:

    rich girl who has never worked loses everything because of her scoundrel husband victoria has to make hard choices for herself and her children all while wondering what did her husbabd do a story of finding ones self


  7. Sally Sally says:

    I enjoyed it Not a fantastic book but a good uick read


  8. Su Su says:

    I loved this book It shows how superficial some lives are and how through adversity we can find ourselves again I loved e characters and how Victoria found her true self again


  9. Trelani Michelle Trelani Michelle says:

    A few grammatical errors but not enough to disruptreally good story very light hearted funny and emotion provokinggreat read


  10. Staci Staci says:

    too many errors in spelling and grammar cute story


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going for broke ❰Reading❯ ➶ going for broke Author Nina Howard – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Growing up on the Wrong Side of the Tracks Victoria Vernon knows the sting of living with Less in a town of More She also knows that living well is the best revenge and through brains beauty and an ad Growing up on the Wrong Side of the Tracks Victoria Vernon knows the sting of living with Less in a town of More She also knows that living well is the best revenge and through going for eBook â brains beauty and an advantageous marriage she not only lives well she lives downright spectacularly Until the day that the FBI shows up on her doorstep and seizes everything she owns She's left with no money no friends and no resources and her only option is to move back to her mother's house in the town she vowed never to see againComing home is worse than she could have imagined Forced to navigate a past she didn’t want to confront children she barely knows her estranged mother and a determined FBI agent that is convinced that the path to her thieving husband is to her front doorIn the hilarious romp going for broke Victoria learns the hard way the really uite humiliating and pathetic way if you ask her that a life filled with private jets society galas and millions of dollars is not necessarily one worth mourning And that sometimes stripping life down to the bare essentials is the way to find your true worth.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 181 pages
  • going for broke
  • Nina Howard
  • English
  • 21 March 2015

10 thoughts on “going for broke

  1. Amanda Milleson Amanda Milleson says:

    This book was just okay Not bad but not really interesting either The middle seemed to drag on and on and the ending was predictable Honestly I probably should have uit 12 way through but I just can't seem to leave a book unread

  2. Elly Jo Elly Jo says:

    lots of typos but okay book if you can get past the typos

  3. Ruth Ruth says:

    Victoria was the girl from the wrong side of a wealthy town so after college she knew that she was never heading back thereeverHaving married the right man Victoria had a life of leisure She belonged to all the best clubs had designer clothes dined at the best restaurants had staff to attend to her needs her children attended a prestigious private school and they traveled to exotic locations Imagine her surprise when men show up at her door looking for her husband And the have a search warrant Her husband has disappeared and evidently he left with a lot of money but the problem is that the money belonged to other people The FBI is on the hunt for him and all of their assets are seized and frozen With nothing but the amount that a long time friend gives her Victoria is forced to return home to her mother's house What kind of life is she going back to how will she survive when she can no longer afford to buy anything and what will her children think when they start to attend public school? The worse part is that she has an FBI agent following her every move The errant husband always returns to the family supposedly but as days turn into weeks Victoria doubts that that will happen and yet the FBI agent remains doggedly following her Can a rich lady go back to her humble roots? Is Victoria strong enough to face the terrible disaster that has befallen her? This story was a good one despite the high number of errors in word choice etc Go for the content and you will enjoy the story that Howard has created

  4. Kathy Kathy says:

    Nice free ebook Interesting to see what might happen to a NYC socialite who is forced to return to the Midwest and a world she spent so much time running away from Didn't find the FBI character as interesting or realistic

  5. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    It was a free eBook and you do get what you pay for This book was full of grammatical errors and missing words and it had a very predictable ending But it was entertaining enough that I did finish it

  6. Kari Kari says:

    rich girl who has never worked loses everything because of her scoundrel husband victoria has to make hard choices for herself and her children all while wondering what did her husbabd do a story of finding ones self

  7. Sally Sally says:

    I enjoyed it Not a fantastic book but a good uick read

  8. Su Su says:

    I loved this book It shows how superficial some lives are and how through adversity we can find ourselves again I loved e characters and how Victoria found her true self again

  9. Trelani Michelle Trelani Michelle says:

    A few grammatical errors but not enough to disruptreally good story very light hearted funny and emotion provokinggreat read

  10. Staci Staci says:

    too many errors in spelling and grammar cute story

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