Book Club Questions for RIGHT NOW (Nicki Sosebee #4)

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Some readers love being able to talk about books but sometimes don’t know where to start or how to share what they’re thinking with others. That’s why some publishers will list questions at the back of an author’s book, but I decided to share these kind of questions on my blog. My plan is to eventually have questions for all of my books, so stay tuned.

Today’s book is Right Now (Nicki Sosebee #4).

Oh! As always…if you haven’t read the book yet, you might want to skip the questions, because they’re likely to be full of spoilers!

The blurb:

Nicki is becoming a better reporter, so much so that her boss Neal leans on her more and more to get the good stuff. So when a rash of robberies hits the downtown Winchester area, Nicki is reporting the damage…and probably getting a little too close for the bad guys’ comfort. As if that weren’t enough, Nicki finds herself in a full-fledged love triangle between Jesse and Sean…and she can’t bear to choose between them.

The questions:

Nicki and Jesse go over a large bump in their relationship in this book. Does it feel realistic? If you had to “point a finger,” whom do you think is more to blame for their relationship woes?

A lot of readers hated Nicki’s dalliance during the time she and Jesse were broken up, mainly because of the time difference between her and Matt. Did their affair bother you? Why or why not?

During an emotional scene, Sean tells Nicki that a relationship between the two of them would never work. Do Sean’s reasons make sense? Should Nicki give up on her on-again, off-again pursuit of the man?

Many readers have loved the “shock” moment near the end of the book. Did Jesse’s reveal surprise you?

Does Winchester seem like a typical small mountain town? Why or why not?

Are there any passages or quotes that stand out to you?

If you could ask Jade one question about this book, what would it be?

If you use these questions for a book club reading, I’d love to know how it goes. If you come up with other questions, I’d love to hear them! Happy reading!

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