Monday, July 20, 2015

All The Single Ladies by Dorothea Benton Frank - my review

All The Single Ladies by Dorothea Benton Frank is a fun and fast read for summer (or anytime).

Three middle-aged ladies trying to start life over.  Told from the viewpoint of Lisa, who is a geriatric nurse. When one of her favorite patients, Kathy, dies of cancer, she ends up becoming friends with Kathy's best friends, Carrie and Suzanne. Throw in an elderly grandmother, Miss Trudie, who everyone loves and would love to have as their own grandmother. Lisa, Carrie, and Suzanne, try to find out the secrets of Kathy's past and prove that her landlord is trying to steal from her at the same time. All while they are each dating new men in their lives.

I enjoyed this witty book, and highly recommend it, especially to middle-aged women such as myself. I received a FREE copy from LibraryThing in exchange for my honest review.

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