BOOK REVIEW : In this story Alderson introduces a diverse mix of outrageous, larger than life characters – in locations ranging from the streets of Sydney’s Kings Cross to the pristine Australian Outback. The flaw in some chick lit these days is the lead characters are written as though they are saints and only mix with the privileged. Alderson doesn’t make that mistake, providing a lead character who is fallible and has a back-story – one a broad range of readers could identify with. Some of the darker topics touched on through the story include death, drugs and dependency. But never fear — these topics are covered with a positive outlook and Alderson never fails to provide just the right amount of romance and a satisfying, happy ending! For a bit of fun, sassyness and escapism, you can’t go past something from Maggie.
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