Adding to the fireworks are a 14-year-old son who probably won't be speaking to March for much longer, a slightly tired marriage, a midlife crush, and a quantum-physics class that just might put March over the edge.
This new novel from the author of Must Love Dogs is an effervescent story of family life that will strike a chord with women of all ages. Required reading!
©2004 Claire Cook; (P)2007 Blackstone Audio Inc.
"A hoot." (Boston Globe)
"A sweet and humorous suburban domestic comedy with likable characters that will have readers firmly in March's corner." (Booklist)
"If Must Love Dogs is any indication of her talents, readers will hope that Claire Cook will be telling breezy summer stories from the South Shore of Massachusetts for seasons to come." (Washington Post)
This book is so plain vanilla it is BORING. Her daughter is so rude and the mother continues to cater to her and that is frustrating.
The family is so BORING it is painful to continue to listen unless you need to be put to sleep..wake up keep listening and miss nothing.
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