Will You Won’t You Want Me by Nora Zelevansky

I loved riding shotgun as Marjorie Plum figured out her second act.  She was the it girl in high school, but life out in the real world has been tougher than expected.  Her roommate moves out without much notice, she looses her job, all of which send her on a journey she never expected and as you can imagine it has many bumps along the way some funny some sad and some sweet.  In the end Marjorie finds her footing again but I was glad to take the journey with her I got to laugh, cry and commiserate with her.  Thank you to Book Sparks and St. Martins Griffin for my review copy.

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