A touching and often humorus look at living and loving and surviving in the nineties.
You will laugh and cry with Beth as she moves from big city bustle and life threatening problems to small town serenity and small town solutions. At lest that the plan. But Ryan and a not so small puppy take over her life and her heart in a very big way and turn them upside down.
This book makes you smile and gives you a warm feeling. Loved it!
Beth moves to New Hampshire to get away from the stress and long hours of her job in NYC...and to start a new life after breast cancer. But meeting Ryan and falling in love with him scares her to death. How could he possibly love her if he knew she was less than a whole woman?