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Book Review: Getting Enough by Leonard Rosmarin

I’ve been meaning to post this for a while now but things came up (loss of employment, city council race, etc.) that have prevented me from posting it. But now is as good a time as ever to post this. Leonard Rosmarin is a frequent visitor to my website. He is also a extremely nice and sweet man who wrote an awesome book called Getting Enough. Below is my review of his book. He sent me two copies. One for me to read and the other to give away.

So if you want to be entered to win just post a comment or follow me on Twitter. I’ll randomly pick someone from either the comments, Twitter, or Facebook. I hope whoever wins the book will enjoy it as much as I did.

And now without further ado here is The Daily Harold review of Getting Enough by Leonard Rosmarin. Enjoy.

Getting Enough – By Leonard Rosmarin

If you like a book filled with drama, scandals, and blackmail, then look no further. This book is filled with it and when I started to read it I couldn’t put it down.

My heart kind of goes out to Sid and Vera. Sid wants the love of his wife and intimacy that they once had. Vera on the other hand is a woman who speaks her mind and is hated by people who can’t handle her big personality. She doesn’t care what people say about her because they don’t affect her. She wants to open up something that’s locked deep inside of her.

In Vera’s eyes Sid is kind of a loser who has fallen off the social ladder. In Sid’s eyes he still loves Vera even though he was messing around on her and she is still a goddess in his eyes. With all of this going on they both figured out things about each other and learn to forgive each other and try and pull it together again.

The rest of the families in this book are just as dramatic like Sid and Vera and as equally dysfunctional and off balance. In the end love and forgiveness prevails.

Fake People

Fake people need to disappear. You all that are fake know who you are and need to realize you are nothing and mean nothing to me anymore. Remember that. And I know I’m gonna get a bunch of comments or emails from people asking either A) what am I talking about B) who am I talking about or C) am I talking about them (the person emailing me). 🙂