Harper Collins Publishers
Rating: 4 Cups
Katie Sandford landed the interview of a lifetime for a major music magazine, however she manages to botch it big time by showing up still drunk at the interview. That is what she gets for going out to celebrate her birthday and having just a bit too much to drink.
Thinking all is lost, she cannot help but wallow in self-pity and the knowledge she blew the chance of a lifetime. Then she gets a phone call from the magazine personnel officer who feels she would be just right for another type of story; going undercover at a rehab facility to get the scoop on a young celebrity.
With the prospect of gaining a job after thirty days of rehab, she agrees but never expects to find friendships, a romance, and having to look deep down into herself to find she just may have issues with alcohol herself.
What a grand insight into Katie and her friends, each having their own quirks and good qualities. Sometimes the strangest thing happens that makes you look at your life and have to make changes in order to see the real you. That is what Spin is about. A fast–paced, moving read that will keep you engaged and curious till the end.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More