rating: 3 of 5 stars
This was a fun book; every now and then the author would throw in a little spiritual stuff, but this book wasn't the least bit serious. It is about a newlywed from Minneapolis who likes to fix up her friends--and they like her to do it. She also ends up writing a newspaper column giving relationship advice.
I've read a couple of books recently that seemed to be aimed at a young audience--the characters in this book are pretty much all young single adults in their twenties (closer to my kids' age than mine)and the writing style seemed the same--short and choppy. Not only were the chapters divided up into sections on each character but the chapters themselves seemed choppy, almost like they were IM'd rather than written out. I don't mean they used C U L8tr type language or even bad grammar but just somehow the writing didn't flow smoothly. I don't know if that was done on purpose or not.
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