Every Tuesday, I'll be posting the opening paragraph (sometimes maybe a few ) of a book I decided to read based on the opening paragraph (s). Feel free to grab the banner and play along.
This week's selection is from a book that I hope to start this week. Jacqueline Sheehan's, Lost and Found was a book I enjoyed in the past. I do need a little break from Stephen King's, The Stand - 23% completed according to my Kindle -- every time some coughs or sneezes I'm feeling a bit creeped-out)
Picture This; Jacqueline Sheehan
(William Morrow - May 2012)
(Chapter 1 - Natalie)
"Natalie had seen more therapists in her life than she could remember. She couldn't remember a time without them. Therapists come with the territory in foster care, along with caseworkers and a slew of people who control where you live, where you go to school, and when and if you get medical care. And here's what they're good for: getting a new foster family when a kid has been stuck with whack jobs that's what."