Critical Moves

Critical Moves From wrestling coach to baby sitterAdvertising executive Ginny Westerfelt needed someone to supervise her son during the summer Thirteen year old Arnold had a brilliant idea Why not hire the wrestling

  • Title: Critical Moves
  • Author: Vicki Lewis Thompson
  • ISBN: 9780373704972
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • From wrestling coach to baby sitterAdvertising executive Ginny Westerfelt needed someone to supervise her son during the summer Thirteen year old Arnold had a brilliant idea Why not hire the wrestling coach So Mitch Adamson moved in, training weights, bar bench and all Suddenly Ginny s sensitive son was interested in leg holds and body slams than in symphony concerFrom wrestling coach to baby sitterAdvertising executive Ginny Westerfelt needed someone to supervise her son during the summer Thirteen year old Arnold had a brilliant idea Why not hire the wrestling coach So Mitch Adamson moved in, training weights, bar bench and all Suddenly Ginny s sensitive son was interested in leg holds and body slams than in symphony concerts And Ginny herself was finding wrestling trunks surprisingly attractive.But there was another side to Mitch A side which, if revealed, could destroy their trust in him.

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    1. Looking through my shelves I realized I have this book marked to read, though I actually read it in 2010. I wasn't yet blogging at the time, but this is what I wrote in my Journal Entry on bookcrossing:Vicki Lewis Thompson is one of those authors who I love so much that I snatch up everything I can find by her. And this book ultimately lived up to my expectations. But along the way I had a little trouble with the heroine. Ginny is a single mom, raising 13 year old Arnold alone after her husband [...]

    2. I usually LOVE Vicki Lewis Thompson's stories, but this is one is a couple decades old, and unfortunately some of that datedness has reduced my enjoyment of this particular story. The heroine in particular frustrated me--she's a single mom, so she's convinced she's got to uphold the standard of excellence for her son, and protect him from every bad influence and potential for harm. I ended up disliking her and not finding her sympathetic :/ Probably more me than anything else.

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