From the bestselling author who brought us Perfect on Paper and Cassidy Lane comes the tale of a young woman who wakes up one day and decides to start over.
Katrina Lynden has always walked a straight line in life, an approach that has resulted in a stable career and pleased her hard-nosed parents but that has also left her feeling unfulfilled - and miserable. When her best friend suggests they quit their Silicon Valley jobs and embark on two months of adventure in New York City, Katrina balks at the idea but ultimately agrees, terrified yet proud of herself for finally doing something interesting with her life. But when her friend has to back out at the last minute, Katrina finds herself with a tough decision to make. Much to her surprise, she summons the courage to go alone, and the resulting journey is transformative, both emotionally and physically. Along the way she makes new friends, loses others, learns what is really important to her, and finds a way to grow up without leaving herself behind.
©2014 Maria Murnane (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved
It's a cute book and the narration didn't bother me like they usually do.
However you can't see the Atlantic Ocean from the Brooklyn Bridge...
I usually like Maria Murnane but the readng of this book was so awful that I couldn't finish the book. Catch this one in written form instead of listening to the horrible valley girl impersonations of New Yorkers. Weird.
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