Synopsis from Goodreads
Aviva Grossman is a bright, ambitious congressional intern with a promising political future ahead of her until she makes the mistake of having an affair with her very married boss … and writing what she thinks is an anonymous blog about it. When the affair dramatically comes to light, it’s not the popular congressman who takes the fall, it’s Aviva–and her life suddenly seems over before it’s hardly begun. Slut-shamed and hounded by the media, she becomes a late-night talk show punchline. Determined to rebuild her life on her own terms, Aviva changes her name, moves from Florida to a small town in Maine, starts her own wedding planning business … and decides to continue a surprise pregnancy.
But when “Jane” decides to run for public office, that long-ago mistake–an inescapable scarlet A–trails her via the Internet, threatening to derail her life yet again. It’s only a matter of time until her daughter finds out who her mother once was–and is forced to reconcile that person with the one she thinks she knows …
This book has been on my To Be Read list for over a year and I was finally able to squeeze it in between some ARCs I’ve been reading. I really enjoyed The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by the same author, so I was keen to read one of her other books. However, Young Jane Young didn’t have the same impact on me as Fikry did. Continue reading “Young Jane Young by Gabrielle Zevin ★★★☆☆ #BookReview”