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Michelle Hoffman is an award-winning writer and former arts and entertainment reporter for The Arizona Republic. She began formal piano lessons at the age of five. She lives in Arizona with her husband, two spoiled Shih Tzus, and a very large piano.
“I want a second ending!”
Prudence is wallowing, as she is known to be a tad dramatic. Stuart is looking for more and a change. Bobby wants what he feels he is owned. Alexei wants to feel and believe in something.
This was a story within a story that all comes to a head, then scatters. The humor was fun, the characters were charming, and the plot was interesting.
I liked Prudence. She had a flair for dramatics and a talent that couldn’t be denied. Alexei was also an interesting character. I enjoyed his story arc.
This was a decent read. The plot was engaging and moved along smoothly. I liked that it focused on being who you are meant to be and owning it.