WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“Extraordinary…. Michael Baron has crafted a tale that is anything but mundane, full of unexpected surprises and resonant with realizations that are presented in a touching and practical manner that isn't saccharine or stereotypical. Keep writing, Michael Baron! Spinning is fine writing indeed!”
— Crystal Book Reviews
Dylan knows that he's living a shallow life right now and that at some point soon, he'll need to take things more seriously. For now, though, he's having a fabulous time. Still, he's much more open to having something more – right now – than he ever would have realized.
Spring is a little girl who flat-out loves being a little girl. Her spirit is so vibrant that not even tragedy can diminish it. She's going to need all of that spirit.
Billie is in charge of her life the way few people are. She knows what she wants, she knows what works for her, and she knows what she has time for. It never dawns on her that she might be wrong about this.
Dylan Hunter has it made. At 29, he has great friends, a huge job, all the women he can handle, and no commitments. A public relations executive, Dylan has dashed up the ladder of success by mastering the art of the spin – bending the truth to his and his clients’ needs. But when a former lover steps back into his life with a three-year-old girl by her side (no, she’s not his), Dylan suddenly finds himself in a place he can’t spin himself out of. And when Dylan unexpectedly becomes the child’s sole guardian, he finds himself to be like a circus performer trying to keep all of his spinning plates from crashing to the ground. In what seems like a blink of the eye, Dylan Hunter’s life has changed completely…whether he’s ready for it or not.
Alternately humorous and poignant, romantic and tragic, playful and dramatic, Spinning is the kind of wise, touching, emotion-packed novel readers have come to expect from Michael Baron.
About the Author...
A New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Lou Aronica is known for the uncommon depth of emotion to his stories and the vivid realism of his characters. New York Times bestselling author Susan Elizabeth Phillips called The Forever Year “pure pleasure from beginning to end, beautifully written and emotionally rich” and Blogcritics said that Blue was “like experiencing a lucid dream with depth and detail that play on all five senses.”