About The Book:
With appeal for fans of Jonathan Tropper, Tom Perrotta, and Laurie Notaro, this snarky mash-up of Girls and Oz is so painfully honest you might think you’re reading a memoir—except the author isn’t a smartass guy in a wheelchair who works in a prison.
Thirty-year-old Graham Finch spends his days trying to rehabilitate inmates and his nights trying to rehabilitate his love life. —until a new coworker, aka his high school crush Drew Daniels, walks through the prison gates one hot summer morning. Drew is on the run from a painful past that’s nearly crushed her faith in love. Together, they might have just what it takes to mend their hearts. If only finding their way to one another were easier than working with convicted felons.
Loaded with twisted humor and pathos, Mandatory Release is a darkly comic, unexpectedly sexy love story about broken people putting themselves back together and learning that no matter what you lock up—a person, secrets, or your heart—sooner or later, everything must be released.
My thanks to BookSparks PR for including me on this blog tour and for providing the review copy of this book. I was not compensated for my opinion.
"Mandatory Release" is just one of the many books being featured this summer on BookSparks' Summer Reading Road Trip. To find out about the wonderful books being featured, check out their website at http://www.booksparkspr.com/src2013/