Nice to Come Home To by Rebecca Flowers

May 19, 2008 at 7:54 am Leave a comment

A good little chick lit novel about finding your place in life.

Prudence Whistler, 36, is still single and childless. She’s been fired from her job and her boyfriend just left her. Blinking in bewilderment, Pru wonders what happened to the life she’s planned. Throw in a sister who moves across country to be with a guy (who then dumps her) and the cute owner of the corner dinner and you have an entertaining novel about creating a family from friends and finding the life you desire.

I enjoyed this book, the characterizations were whole and believable and the pacing was quick. I would classify this as “intelligent” chick-lit, not “beach read” chick-lit.

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