Excellent story. Well developed characters. Worth rereading several times. Natalie is a successful illustrator with a backlog of work, who suddenly realizes on her 32nd birthday that she doesn't have to live barracaded behind 3 locks in her white apartment in New York City. She begins to make changes in her life, that lead to other changes, and eventually to love.
Sweet and lovely romance.
From inside cover:
In the 100 years that 'Good Housekeeping' has been showcasing original fiction, no other author and no other story has elicited more abundant and positive reader response than LouAnn Gaeddert has with her moving tale 'Perfect Strangers."
We at St. Martin's Press are both proud and happy to bring you this wonderful story in paperback for the first time. We are proud to be the publisher of such an imaginative and sensitive author as LouAnn Gaeddert. And we are happy that you are about to discover how joyously rewarding a novel can be in the hands of an author as talented as she. Here, for your enjoyment, is the tale of two memorable people, Natalie and Jack, who will stay with you long after the book is done. . .