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Jul 25

ESCAPE INTO THE MOST ENTERTAINING BOOK OF SUMMER: I NEED A LIFEGUARD EVERYWHERE BUT THE POOL

I NEED A LIFEGUARD EVERYWHERE BUT THE POOL—

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Lisa Scottoline is a bestselling author of more than 30 million books. Her daughter Francesca Serritella is a New York Times best selling author and a Philadelphia Enquirer columnist.  In other words they both write in enchanting, beautiful ways in which they captivate audiences who adore their writing styles.

Their new summer beach read, I Need a Lifeguard Everywhere But The Pool, is a fun escape for a few hours of delightful adventure.

Scottoline and Seritella talk to readers like we are their best friends, which feels really nice in this hard scrabble world of political drama and seemingly everyone hating on everyone else. Mother and daughter have a certain positive, beautiful, trusting, loving look at life that draws us in and keeps us coming back for more stellar, book gliding. That’s exactly what happens while reading their books; is easily glide through the kind, story filled, funny, sometimes dramatic lives of these two women.

Scottoline and Seritella  have a certain gift where they make us feel comfortable  reading their books, articles, etc. They talk about nearly everything in I Need a Lifeguard, including politics, without letting on who they voted for, pregnancy, marriage, divorce, living on a farm, and what it is like to fool chickens into laying eggs. Especially funny is when Scottoline describes how she finds a garter snake in her back yard, that she discovers is having sex with numerous partners and can have as many as 86 snake babies—which Scottoline does not want to have in her backyard. Who would? Especially gross is finding out how the snakes have sex. Now I know why they are called SSSSSNakes!  Momzinga.com

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