Getting a positive review that conveys the reviewer’s enjoyment of your book is always a great experience. Getting a positive review written by someone who speaks with such an articulate voice, with depth of perspective that goes beyond the usual, is truly worth mentioning. Thank you, Barb Taub, for “getting” it and so beautifully writing about it!
I read Hysterical Love at one go, sitting on a park bench on a sunny afternoon at the Tuileries Garden in Paris while my daughter toured the Louvre. She came out before I was quite done, so I sent her for ice creams. Toffee, of course. She came back with salt caramel. Close enough.
The StoryDan McDowell, a thirty-three-year-old portrait photographer happily set to marry his beloved Jane, is stunned when a slip of the tongue about an “ex-girlfriend overlap” of years earlier throws their pending marriage into doubt and him onto the street. Or at least into the second bedroom of their next-door neighbor, Bob, where Dan is sure it won’t be long. It’s long. His sister, Lucy, further confuses matters with her “soul mate theory” and its suggestion that Jane might not be his… soul mate, that is. But the tipping point comes when his…
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