Sorry I Wasn’t What You Needed: #bookreview

 

How many times have any of us wanted to apologize for not being right for someone – maybe even to our parents and children?

C.J.,  the main character of Sorry I Wasn’t What You Needed by James Bailey, has been away from his extremely dysfunctional family for several years. He lives with his girlfriend, Mindy, who he really isn’t in love with.

After his father commits suicide, C.J. comes back home. He has a lot to sort out – his relationship with his mother and siblings, his father’s belongings and wondering what led to his father’s death.

I was curious to see what would happen with C.J. Up until this point, he has been an underachiever. He’s not really motivated to do anything or make any real connections with people.

I won’t spoil the ending for you. It’s a pretty decent book and I would tell you guys to read it. I think that I found it on The Fussy Librarian .

You can also find it on Amazon or the author’s website.

James Bailey’s website

Sorry I Wasn’t What You Needed on Amazon

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