Inked Avenue Reviews… “The Someday Girl – The Girl Duet: Part Two” by Julie Johnson

//The Someday Girl by Julie Johnson//


A beautiful shattered soul…

A fiercely protective Viking…

A charming womanizer…

With The City of Angels as their backdrop… come together from the mind of a genius author to tell the most epic love story of our generation….

No words I write are going to even skim the surface for how I feel about The Girl Duet and the characters that bring the pages to life, but… I’m going to try.

After reading The Monday Girl I was emotionally gutted. I fell in love with the story and characters and then to be left with such a cliffhanger… well lets just say my heart was broken and there were too many questions left unanswered. Something I feel Kat Firestone was feeling as well. But The Someday Girl… Well The Someday Girl left me feeling a little something like this…


Strong because it was so much more than a love story. It’s a magical fairy tale about a girl who finds herself and learns to love herself and fights for what she deserves. Knowing that whether she ends up with the man she loves or not, she will stand tall and proud knowing she is worth more than a Monday.I think we’ve all hand moments in our lives where we felt worthless or like we are nothing but a disappointment. However, when the world knocks us down we to find that inner strength and love within ourselves to come out swinging on the other side to show, not only the world, but ourselves that we are stronger than ever. That is the message I took from The Someday Girl and I’ll hold that message near and dear to my heart. Not only because I know it to be true from events that have transpired in my own life, but because the message is so powerful and moving and is something we need to remind ourselves of and fight for everyday.

the-someday-girl-finalKat’s journey of starting from a shattered soul to a courageous fighter is something that will resonate with each and every person who reads the pages of her story. I’m not going to lie, I was so nervous to read The Someday Girl – I almost didn’t want to read it, but not knowing what was to come of Kat’s future out weighted my fears… so I dove in, trusting Julie, and it was better than I ever could have imagined. And the romance…. GAH! So much passion and angst and love… It was overwhelming in the best way! I can’t even talk about it or I’ll give it all away. Just know *sigh* it’s mind blowing.

I laughed.

I cried. {SOBBED}

I fell in love.

It was everything!

And it’s by far THE BEST story Julie Johnson has ever written.

There is a timeless quality to her writing. The way she carefully pieces together every word so it grabs you mind, heart, and soul… Before you know it, you feel like you are the main character in one of her novels learning to love or falling in love, making mistakes, learning to fight and risking everything for what you want and deserve. It’s a breathtaking experience! In short, The Someday Girl is raw and real and empowers readers. I believe women everywhere are all Katharine Firestone and we definitely deserve more than a Monday!




The movie has wrapped, but the drama is just getting started…

Katharine Firestone finally has everything she’s ever wanted — new house, new car, new status as a Hollywood A-lister. And yet, she’s never felt more isolated. As the movie premiere creeps closer, Kat spends her days playing an infatuated co-star for the press tour cameras, and her nights wondering what the hell she’s going to do to fix the mess she’s made out of her personal life.

One broken girl.
Two heart-stopping men.
One impossible decision.

Torn between the heartbreaker she tried to avoid and the man she never saw coming, Kat will be forced to answer the ultimate question: Do we get a say when it comes to choosing our soulmate?

Love. Lust. Passion. Paparazzi. The road to fame and fortune is never easy. And, in the City of Angels, the only place they guarantee a happily-ever-after is in the movies…

THE SOMEDAY GIRL is a tangled contemporary love story about a girl learning to love — her friends, her career, her soulmate, and, most of all, herself. It is the second installment of THE GIRL DUET, concluding the angsty, addictive storyline that began in THE MONDAY GIRL. Each installment is approximately 95,000 words. Recommended for readers ages 17+ due to strong language, sexual situations, drug use, and other mature elements.

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//Author Bio//


JULIE JOHNSON is a twenty-something Boston native suffering from an extreme case of Peter Pan Syndrome. When she’s not writing, Julie can most often be found adding stamps to her passport, drinking too much coffee, striving to conquer her Netflix queue, and Instagramming pictures of her dog. (Follow her: @authorjuliejohnson)

She published her debut novel LIKE GRAVITY in August 2013, just before her senior year of college, and she’s never looked back. Since, she has published five more novels, including the bestselling BOSTON LOVE STORY series. Her books have appeared on Kindle and iTunes Bestseller lists around the world, as well as in AdWeek, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today.

You can find Julie on Facebook or contact her on her website Sometimes, when she can figure out how Twitter works, she tweets from @AuthorJulie. For major book news and updates, subscribe to Julie’s newsletter:


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