She sleeps with her husband without protection immediately afterwards. We keep being told how confident and amazing she is, but we never feel it for ourselves. Did you feel, in the end, that you knew him? How we talk about books—in or outside of book clubs—is almost as engaging as reading the books themselves.
Notice All discussions and comments that contain an external URL will be automatically moved to the spam queue. But the biggest issue for me was this. Page 4 of 4 Discussion Questions 1. Does it matter, either way?
Do Gabby and Elliott have "true" love? Ms Green gave her a job and yet it never really felt part of her privileged life. Take a moment to discuss what your expectations were in choosing this novel. How was he tempting fate by falling in love with an older, married woman?
I felt uncomfortable throughout and I suspect it was the subject matter. We are not now, nor have we ever, had data entry positions available. Feel free to suggest alternate endings, if you wish.
Why do we feel the need to share our feelings about books with other readers? Is it a love story? Can you tell that I disliked her intensely? You may choose to talk about the themes that run through her work at this time as well.
Or are you judgmental? And they hardly ever have sex, except sometimes when they have sex twice a day. Do you sympathize with her? Jane Green has definitely written better.
Were you gratified or disappointed by how things turned out? Please do not give them any of your personal information. There are no medical professionals on this forum side of the site. You may choose to define the term as a group, both within and beyond the world of the novel. Which episodes or even words were most meaningful, or recognizable, to you?
May DNF this one. You may choose to define the term as a group, both within and beyond the world of the novel.
Is there such a thing as right or wrong with matters of the heart? If you are going to post an external URL, contact one of the moderators to get their approval.
Take a moment to discuss his attraction to Gabby. Oh, except about the absence of the third child.
Would you recommend it to a friend, fellow parent, or loved one? Were you gratified or disappointed by how things turned out? All or none of the above? Would you recommend it to a friend, fellow parent, or loved one?
Why or why not? Does it matter, either way? All or none of the above? Were you surprised by his actions and, ultimately, the affair? What was he looking for, really?The Tempting Fate trope as used in popular culture. Some things just shouldn't be said, even in jest.
Taunting a monster or bullying a dragon is likely to. Our Reading Guide for Tempting Fate by Jane Green includes Book Club Discussion Questions, Book Reviews, Plot Summary-Synopsis and Author Bio.
I am hoping our great member community can relate to tempting fate and provide the rest of us with some example and the good (or bad) that came from that. Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager I am not a medical professional. 'The Monkey's Paw' is a famous supernatural short story about fate and consequences.
Here are a few questions for study and discussion. Also, who in the group recommended you read TEMPTING FATE in the first place? Take a moment to discuss what your expectations were in choosing this novel.
Have you read Jane Green’s other novels? (More specifically, Torg tries to invoke the opposite version — tempting fate to do something good — before Zoë mentions tempting fate the usual way, and that works.) There's a .Download