In the Unlikely Event

In the Unlikely Event Chase Banter has always been about risk avoidance but parenthood has changed all that Among other things she s embraced a writer s life joined the board of the Lesbian Illumination Institute and fo

  • Title: In the Unlikely Event
  • Author: Saxon Bennett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Chase Banter has always been about risk avoidance, but parenthood has changed all that Among other things, she s embraced a writer s life, joined the board of the Lesbian Illumination Institute and fomented rebellion within the PTA When she and her BFF Lacey butt heads over the Institute, Chase decides it s high time she prove once and for all that she is a changed womanChase Banter has always been about risk avoidance, but parenthood has changed all that Among other things, she s embraced a writer s life, joined the board of the Lesbian Illumination Institute and fomented rebellion within the PTA When she and her BFF Lacey butt heads over the Institute, Chase decides it s high time she prove once and for all that she is a changed woman Her daughter, Bud, is an eight year old filmmaker, and will document her mother s fearlessness, once she figures out how to focus past knee caps Chase proves she can visit Urgent Care and not wash her hands afterward She can skateboard, teach people how to drive and to the surprise of many, including herself she can gift wrap anything.All these changes can only lead to one thing the Gift Wrapping National Finals How hard can it be, after all It s not as if she s going to jump out of a plane or anything like that.

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    1. My third book by, I believe only despite Gardner’s name up on GoodReads, Saxon Bennett (none of the covers list Gardner). I had, and still do for that matter, loved the first book in this series. I’d mentioned a ‘negative’ that wasn’t really a negative – the part where the cover of the book said Saxon Bennett, yet two author names were listed on GoodReads so I wasn’t sure if this was a solo or group effort. That, despite my calling that a ‘negative’ really wasn’t a negative. [...]

    2. Chase Banter and her dysfunctional family are back for another rollercoaster ride of fun and high jinks. Chase has changed since becoming a parent. She no longer avoids taking the odd risk here and there. Neither does her ever loving spouse Gitana. Her culinary skills always end up in utter disaster. Much to the dismay of Chase and Bud and laugh out loud humor for the reader.Writer, Chase, is on the board of the Lesbian Illumination Institute, but she wants out of it. She ends up at loggerheads [...]

    3. Quirky, witty and fun. Chase Banter is the most dysfunctionally functional person you will ever meet and her daughter Bud is a precocious and brilliant young girl who gets Chase to do things that she normally wouldn't do. Chase is also dealing with her best friend and employer Layce whose is having control issues and her muses, Divine Vulva and Commercial Endeavor are having an affair and causing all kinds of turmoil for Chase but she is determined to overcome some of her phobias.There are sever [...]

    4. In the Unlikely Event is Saxon Bennett's conclusion to the story of Chase, Gitana and Bud (plus all their various friends). I loved this story and felt she had developed Chase and company in wonderful and healthy ways. I found myself wishing I could be friends with each and every one of the main character's. I wish there were more adjectives to describe Saxon's writing because I would use them all in the most positive way possible to tout Saxon Bennett's brilliance! This is a delightful must-rea [...]

    5. Another great book.I loved this final installment in the Chase Banter trilogy. Laugh out loud funny. Yet so endearing to watch Chase work thru all her issues and be a good parent, a good partner and a good friend. OK, Why doesn't Audible have all of these available? Come on Audible! The fans want to listen to these great books while we drive, commute, garden, whatever. Please. How about Abby Craden as the narrator.

    6. Saxton Bennett has never disappointed me yet. Her books are so funny and this one hits the mark again. I always laugh out loud with her books. Highly recommended. Keep up the great work, I love a book where I am constantly laughing out loud.

    7. First book was the bestThis was the worst. I hated the change in Chaseo much. I loved the character before the change Not so much after the change.

    8. saxon bennett books are always on the top of my list. not a big fan of series books but i will enjoy re-reading this series

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