Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Review: It's a Waverly Life by Maria Murnane

It's a Waverly Life by Maria Murnane

Publisher: Amazon Encore
Pages: 288
Format: print
Buy the Book:Amazon

Goodreads:  The formerly heartbroken singleton is now happily enmeshed in a new relationship, a new job, and a new decade.  Her career as an advice columnist is taking off, and the future of her fledgling greeting-card line is bright.  Of course, where Waverly goes, drama is sure to follow, and this time is no exception.  Her broken engagement to former fiance Aaron Vaughn has left her gun-shy when it comes to love, putting strain on her long-distance relationship with handsome Jack McIntyre.  And when her best friends McKenna and Andie both make life-changing announcements, Waverly fears she is being left behind by the ones she loves most.  In true Waverly fashion, things msut get comically worse before they can get better.  But in the end, she discovers that through life (before and after thirty) may be messy and unpredictable, friendship and love make it all worthwhile.

Kritters Thoughts:  A sequel that is just as good as the first book.  I love reading a sequel, I already know the characters and can easily get settled into the story.  I even love it more when the sequel lives up to the first book, makes my day!

A sweet story about a young woman who is trying to find balance between a work life and a blossoming love life.  At the same time there are a lot of changes going on around her, friends are finding love and moving on to suburbia, so this story is more than what is happening to just Waverly.  

This chick lit book is perfect to curl up with during these cold months, but don't forget to start with the first book - Perfect on Paper.  I will definitely be watching out for what will be coming next from this author.

Rating: absolutely loved it and want a sequel

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from Little Bird Publicity.  I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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