Nowhere Girl

Nowhere Girl Ren is a strong independent single woman and she s going nowhere fast All in one week she breaks up with her non boyfriend goes on a truly horrible date involving an ugly hat and a mystery duffel

  • Title: Nowhere Girl
  • Author: Lindsey Stuffel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ren is a strong, independent, single woman and she s going nowhere, fast All in one week, she breaks up with her non boyfriend goes on a truly horrible date involving an ugly hat and a mystery duffel bag and is unceremoniously fired from her dead end job Realizing that it all may be a blessing in disguise, she goes against her better judgment and takes a position withRen is a strong, independent, single woman and she s going nowhere, fast All in one week, she breaks up with her non boyfriend goes on a truly horrible date involving an ugly hat and a mystery duffel bag and is unceremoniously fired from her dead end job Realizing that it all may be a blessing in disguise, she goes against her better judgment and takes a position with a local accounting firm With a newfound drive and a really hot boss, she sets off on a new path full of realization and acceptance Pretty soon, Ren learns she s not as smart as she thought she was she gains a new understanding of the meaning of love and learns what it takes to go from nowhere to somewhere.

    • Nowhere Girl by Lindsey Stuffel
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      Published :2019-06-02T13:10:39+00:00

    About “Lindsey Stuffel”

    1. Lindsey Stuffel

      Lindsey Stuffel is an author from Hagerstown, Indiana Her small town Midwestern upbringing tends to feature prevalently in her work She takes pride in an endless desire to explore new genres and subjects outside her comfort zone She aims to grow as a writer with each new story, character, and plotline Lindsey is a creative and fearless artist with an imagination she hopes will continue to produce a vast array of material in the years to come.

    379 thoughts on “Nowhere Girl”

    1. *Copy provided by author in exchange for an honest review*This was the first book I've read by Lindsey and I enjoyed it a lot. Our main character, Ren, is 33 years old and is still trying to find her place in the world while falling in love. She was hilarious and I enjoyed witnessing adult problems take a hold of her, apart from the romance. It felt real and believable.I had a lot of problems with this story. One of the reasons was that there were a little too many guys in the plot line for me. [...]


    2. Absolutely Fantastic"Given that there is every indication I'll be checking the single box on all official forms from now until I'm dead, hopefully at the ripe old age of 98, an unreasonable number of cats seems to be the next logical step in my life. I don't even like cats, but I do respect the need to perpetuate the age-old stereotype."And with that, Lindsey Stuffel starts us off on the delightful journey that is Ren's life. Ren's quirky sense of humor, and realistic misadventures will have you [...]


    3. The author has an amazing way of describing things but at times the main character was too aloof for me to really get in to it.


    4. I am Ren…Hear Me RoarIn Nowhere Girl, by Lindsey Stuffel, Ren Sanders is thirty-three years old. Among other things, she believes in stamping out wrinkles, both in clothing with an iron and her skin with expensive potions. She lives in a small town in Indiana, works, dates, and spends time with her friends.Ren says:“Given that there is every indication I’ll be checking the single box on all official forms from now until I’m dead, hopefully at the ripe old age of 98 like Grandma Sanders, [...]


    5. A charming story with lovable characters that make you feel right at home from the very first page. The decisions that we face and the choices that we make ultimately change our lives forever. Stuffel takes us on Ren Sanders' journey as she comes head to head with some of her own major life decisions and is going "nowhere" only to discover herself as an independent and truly happy woman. Ren's a lady to root for as is the fresh and talented author.Maybe someday you will find that reading Nowhere [...]


    6. Great story, wonderfully real character and a realistic look at small town living and growing in the modern age. Ms. Stuffel writes clear, flowing prose that enchants and entertains. Ren is one of the best new characters I have met in a while. Not sure if this is intended to be the beginning of a new series, but with likable characters, it could well be.


    7. After reading all the 5 star reviews I read this book as a freebie from . Lucky I didn't pay for this or I would be fuming. This book is such a big fat waste of time I can't even give it 1 star.


    8. I loved this book. Her writing style makes it easy to get into the story, but it was one that I could pick and read for 5 minutes while waiting then put down again. It was light and fun.I love that Ms. Stuffel broke the mold of a typical ending for her main character. Kudos.


    9. I really enjoyed this book. It was a fun read with enjoyable characters. I look forward to reading more of Lindsey's work.


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