Reunions has more twists and turns than a gymnastic routine. Its plot is like a mobius strip. It starts out as a hardass comedy but somehow flips into tragedy. Then it heads you back to humor. That cycle happens enough times that you never know what's coming next. If I had four thumbs, they'd all be up in the air for Reunions.
The Baby Boomer Book is painfully funny.It makes me glad I'm not old, though I think I'd enjoy it even if I were. Some of the jokes get a little cynical but all the jokes make you stop and think. If you have to get old, you might as well laugh about it. Like they say, it beats the alternative. As for me, I plan to stay young forever.
Okay, I'm a guy and I don't like chicklit. But I'm crazy about this author so I figured I'd give it a shot. Am I ever glad I did. Half the characters in this are guys--and great ones at that. She takes them through hell and back but what the hey, they stick it out and rule the day. This lady's got to get going on another book because I've read all the ones she's written--more than once. And she should change the blurb on this one. True Love? I think not. More like love is hell.