I liked how the author’s writes but I didn’t like how this book developed. The author had some great points in this book but her main character, I thought, was a mess. The longer I read this book, the more irritated I became with her and I wanted to slap her.
Eve considered herself a writer, yet all her accomplishments amounted to, were a few small pieces that she’d written many years ago. For years, Eve struggled to finish anything that she’d started to write. I’m thinking that she really needs to do is to talk to a few people about writing or move on, what is really going on here? Eve also worked as an editorial assistant for The New Yorker Magazine. Growing up, Eve had wanted to become a writer and it’s as if, she can’t let go of this dream.
Eve doesn’t get the promotion at The New Yorker but she hears about the possibility of a job back in her hometown. If she heads back home, Eve realizes this position will not a step-up but it just might be what she’s looking for.
Eve starts to fall in-and-out of love with just about everyone after she went back home. Perhaps she had relationships before then, I don’t know, but she flies through them now. Her last love affair though pushed me over the edge. Perhaps, she’s insecure or it’s some other issue but I just didn’t understand why her last guy? Come on!
There were a few interesting reveals in the story and I did enjoy them. When Eve moves back home to start her new job, we learned about her family and her relationship with them. They had a great impact on her.
Overall, it was an okay read, I just think that Eve’s social life needed to take a different direction.
I want to thank MacMillan for providing me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.