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BOOK REVIEW: EVERYONE ELSE'S GIRL
Meredith moved away from home and is now living in the Hoboken area. She is not too thrilled when she receives a call from her brother, Christian, asking her to come home due to an accident their father had which resulted in a broken leg. Their mother is away on a trip and two other siblings live nearby but just can't take care of the father. Meredith feels it is the responsible thing to do. She will take some time off and go home.
Meredith finds things quite different back in New Jersey. She has to keep her two siblings from fighting with each other, her former best friend is now her future sister-in-law, and one of the boys she knew in high school who was a geek at the time is now the complete opposite.
What is this girl going to do? Meredith must take a good long look at her life and everything she has ever believed.
This is an excellent chick-lit story. The best part of the book is the job the author does with the cast of characters. There is a great deal of humor incorporated throughout the story and the author does an excellent job of making this come across to the reader along with the emotions that Meredith is feeling. This is an entertaining read and one that you will thoroughly enjoy.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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