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[[ DOWNLOAD EPUB ]] ⇝ Meg and Jo ⇻ The Timeless Classic Little Women Inspired This Heartwarming Modern Tale Of Four Sisters From New York Times Bestselling Author Virginia KantraThe March Sisters Reliable Meg, Independent Jo, Stylish Amy, And Shy Beth Have Grown Up To Pursue Their Separate Dreams When Jo Followed Her Ambitions To New York City, She Never Thought Her Career In Journalism Would Come Crashing Down, Leaving Her Struggling To Stay Afloat In A Gig Economy As A Prep Cook And Secret Food BloggerMeg Appears To Have The Life She Always Planned The Handsome Husband, The Adorable Toddlers, The House In A Charming Subdivision But Sometimes Getting Everything You Ve Ever Wanted Isn T All It S Cracked Up To BeWhen Their Mother S Illness Forces The Sisters Home To North Carolina For The Holidays, They Ll Rediscover What Really MattersOne Thing S For Sure They Ll Need The Strength Of Family And The Power Of Sisterhood To Remake Their Lives And Reimagine Their Dreams


10 thoughts on “Meg and Jo

  1. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    Did somebody write the retelling of my all time favorite book Oh, yes, it is true So what I m waiting for to dive in CHRISTMAS WON T BE CHRISTMAS WITHOUT MARCH SISTERS BUT That was the worst decision I ve made to decide reading retelling of my all time favorite story which means so much to me It won t be wrong if I admit I was raised by reading Little Women because first time I have gotten my hands on this precious, marvelous, heart warming classic I was only 9 And of course I watched its black and white movie on TV with my siblings 1949 version and it was amazing to watch Janet Leigh as Meg, Elizabeth Taylor as Amy but mostly I loved June Allyson s memorable performance as Jo and now I m dying to see Greta Gerwig s new adaptation, I hope it doesn t disappoint me Then I reread it when I was 15 and I asked...


  2. Alexa Alexa says:

    3.5 stars I loved seeing how Kantra put her own spin on a Little Women inspired story, and I thought Meg and Jo were both really relatable too.


  3. Jamie Beck Jamie Beck says:

    I confess, I went in to Meg Jo with very little need for it to match up with the classic novel on which it is based because don t thrash me I was never a Little Women superfan read it eons ago and honestly only recall the basics Therefore, my comments are not at all based upon a comparison of the two That said, Virginia Kantra works her magic in this wonderfully warm story of family specifically of sisterly bonds and expectations, of love and duty, and of forgiveness of others and ourselves and our own flaws , and of following one s own path The beauty of her attention to detail shines through in each scene, and I was very happily ensconced in North Carolina at the farm while there, as well as fascinated by the New York restaurant world with Jo I absolutely loved the way Meg and John s marriage was depic...


  4. Katie Katieneedsabiggerbookshelf Katie Katieneedsabiggerbookshelf says:

    Modern day Little Women Mostly about Meg and Jo but Amy and Beth make their appearances as well Meg is much like her mother, handling the household single handedly while her husband works hard to bring in the money Jo is living in New York, working at a restaurant to make ends meet after losing her writing job Will a flirtation with the famous chef ruin everything Are Meg and Jo truly happy Are they living their lives by someone else s plans, or is this really want they want Confession I have never read little women I read the scholastic book fair version as a little girl, and I adored the movie, but have never read the book I remember one time my mom gave in and bought the movie for 24 hours on tv I think I watched it like 4 times that day But back on topic I really loved this book In the prologue I had ...


  5. Heather Heather says:

    My problems with this novel probably have less to do with the novel and to do with me Had I realized that Kantra was a Romancer author, I probably wouldn t have picked this up, because I am not particularly fond of romances, and that s definitely what this is Fans of the Hallmark channel will love this book, with its nostalgic retelling of one of the most beloved American children s books, Little Women Kantra takes the March family out of 19th Century New England and plops them down in the 21st century North Carolina Beth is taking a break from school to perform in Branson, Missouri Amy is in Paris on an internship with Luis Vuitton Meg is married and the mother of twins, living in her small hometown And Jo, having lost her job as a journalist, is trying to make it in New York as a food blogger, paying t...


  6. Jessica | Booked J Jessica | Booked J says:

    3.5 stars Blog Twitter Instagram Review can be found here at Booked J As always, a copy of this book was provided by the publisher or author in exchange for my honest review This does not effect my opinion in any way. While loving Little Women isn t necessarily a personality trait, you can t tell me that My love of this classic knows no bounds The older I get, the fond of it I grow I am very protective of it, but I am also also intrigued by retellings of the story of the March Sisters I ve always felt that it was one of those novels I could read all forms and takes on and never truly tire of seeing how various authors explore the familiar and make it new again Which is why I was so beyond keen on getting my hands on an ARC of Meg and Jo Taking a much beloved classic and spinning it...


  7. Chelsea Hofmann Chelsea Hofmann says:

    First of all, I want to say thank you so much to Berkley and Netgalley for this ARC Little Women was one of my favorite stories as a child, so getting a chance to get an alternative perspective on them was so fun and fresh My sister and I would pretend to be Meg and Jo, and our cousins would pretend to be Beth and Amy We even called each other by the names and just had a blast On to the book Much like in the classic telling, Meg has it all together She has the perfect husband, the great kids, and the nice house, but still, things aren t perfect Jo is still fiercely independent and when she loses her reporting job, she starts working as a food blogger so fun Amy is in the fashion world which makes perfect sense, and I thought it was a fun twist on her personality Beth is taking time off of school not dead ...


  8. Kailey (kmc_reads) Kailey (kmc_reads) says:

    3.5 stars RTC thanks to the publisher for my free copy.A good sibling story, even though it s basically a copy cat of Little Women I don t think I d tell you that you HAVE to read this one, but I enjoyed it If it s already on your radar and you liked LW, maybe give it a try If you already have a super long TBR and lots of others you want to read, I think you d be okay to skip.


  9. Rachel McMillan Rachel McMillan says:

    This book has shades of Little Women indeed but can also work as a highly readable and warmly written romance on its own While book two will focus on Amy and Beth, we have the central friendship and grown up lives of Meg and Jo featured here Kantra focuses on the limitations of recalibrating romance in the marriage of John and Meg who solidly love each other while learning to live within the reality of recalculated expectations and busy with their twins I confess that this portion of the book read much to me like the scene in Good Wives where John brings a business colleague home without telling Meg who has just burned jam but again and again It is definitely a nice slice of realism, but not the most alluring for those who want to escape into romance.Jo, however, having suffered a few disappointments unin...


  10. Lindsey Lindsey says:

    Meg and Jo is a modern retelling of Louisa May Alcott s classic novel, Little Women After seeing the trailer for the new movie remake coming out Christmas 2019, I was really in the mood for some classic Little Woman nostalgia This book lived up to expectations in certain ways, while falling short in others Let me elaborate.Meg and Jo is told in alternating POVs between well, duh Meg and Jo I enjoyed that Kantra kept the same general structure for each sister while updating their specific personalities to modern times Meg is a mother in a happy yet complicated marriage who is struggling with the expectations of motherhood and the SAHM role Jo is a free spirited cook food blogger living in New York City, struggling with the expectations of a successful career The realistic issues that both sisters grapple w...