Book Review: Nice to Come Home To

Nice to Come Home To by Rebecca Flowers

I admit it.

It was the cover.

I love this cover.

(And I covet that dress on the left - and the body to wear it)

And then when I saw the blurbs (Lolly Winston, Marisa de los Santos, Joshilyn Jackson), I knew I would like this book, and for the most part, I did.

Pru Whistler loses her job and her boyfriend in one fell swoop, leaving her knocking around Washington, DC with little direction and no sense of self. Enter her sister, her niece, a cat, a boy, a new job...and suddenly Pru finds herself surrounded by what she wants - a family, albeit a surrogate one.

This is a really gentle story - no earthshattering moments, no "a ha!" moments, but a quiet read through several months of Pru's life - a life I wouldn't mind having at times.

This is not quite chick lit, not quite regular lit, but a nice amalgamation in between. And that cover...

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