A Life That Fits (Toronto Series #5)

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Twenty-eight-year-old Andrea is devastated when her boyfriend of fourteen years leaves her for a woman he calls Andrea's opposite. Determined to get him back, Andrea changes everything in her life. New clothes, new activities, new friends... she'll be her opposite in no time. But will she change enough to get Alex back? And if she does, will he fit into her new life? More

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Heather is a natural 1200 wpm speed reader and the author of twenty self-published novels. She came to writing after careers as a software developer and elementary school computer teacher and can’t imagine ever leaving it. In her spare time, she reads, swims, walks, lifts weights, crochets, changes her hair colour, and plays drums and clarinet.

Generally not all at once.

About the Series: Toronto Collection
While these books don't form a strict series, they are all set in the same area of Toronto and some of the earlier books' characters and locations do make appearances in later books. You wouldn't completely spoil your reading experience by picking them up out of order, but you would definitely find spoilers of how the earlier books end!

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Review by: Jonita on Aug. 17, 2011 :
Heather Wardell is one of my favorite chick lit authors because her stories are light and fun, yet thought-provoking. I always find myself reading frantically, anxious to find out what will happen next. "A Life That Fits" is no exception to the rule. I really appreciated Andrea's situation. Here she is, safe in a relationship that she's been in for years, and she's expecting a marriage proposal, not for her boyfriend to leave her. When the inevitable happens she spends the acceptable amount of time being upset about it, but instead of continuing to wallow she decides to take action in order to win Alex back. By changing her life in order to achieve this goal, she receives the most wonderful gift- she rediscovers who she really is. I, for one, quite like what she found.

Combine entertaining characters, an interesting plot, and a fantastic ending and you have "A Life That Fits". This is a great choice for women's fiction lovers who are looking for a book that refuses to let you go until the very last page.
(reviewed 77 days after purchase)
Review by: Shari Douglass on June 27, 2011 :
No disappointment from Heather Wardell - quickly hooked by 'Polar Bear Tattoo' and keep reading what I can find by her...This one was not part of the "Toronto Series," but the characters were just as interesting...and you find yourself rooting for several of them!
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Review by: Teresa Pease on June 5, 2011 :
Smiles, laughs, and tears, another great read from Heather. A little different from her others, and just as enjoyable. I would definatelly recommend it!
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
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