Fishing With RayAnne by Ava Finch

This book was recommended to me by Book Sparks and it looks awesome.  I am adding it to my TBR list, here are the details if you want to do the same, once I have read it I will be sure to come back and tell you about it.  If you read it before I do please leave me comment and let me know if you enjoyed it and anything you liked or didn’t like about it.

 

Synopsis:

RayAnne Dahl goes fishing for a different life, catching much more than she’d bargained for…

Having fled the testosterone-soaked world of pro fishing to finally settle in her Minneapolis fixer-upper, thirty-something RayAnne unexpectedly lands at the helm of the first all-women fishing and talk show. Between her dad’s falling off the wagon, unwanted advice from Mom—a life coach to the menopausal rich—and her clingy dog, she needs the advice of her beloved grandmother more than ever.

With the show’s surprise success, producers press for celebrity appearances, but fans tweet support for RayAnne and her quirky guests, real women with unique stories and something to say. And though handsome Hal tempts RayAnne, he is a sponsor, rocketing him to the top of her don’ts list.

Just when she’s shedding uncertainty, RayAnne’s world nearly capsizes, and she’s faced with gut-wrenching choices. Will she live by the rules, or by her heart?

Bio:

Hi,
I’m Ava Finch. As my character RayAnne says, ‘I’m a woman, I fish. Deal with it.’ But RayAnne’s story doesn’t begin and end with ‘Fishing With RayAnne’ – I’m working on other books and other characters I hope readers will love as much as they seem to love RayAnne. You’ll meet her again! Confession: Ava is actually the soul-twin and pen name of novelist Sarah Stonich. She’s decided to adopt the name Ava to expand her writing life and go places she might not otherwise. Besides – who wouldn’t want a chance to refer to themselves in the third person, AND be someone else now and then?

raylene

 

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