Fed up with her moody teenage daughter, Meg Addams decides what they both need is a good dose of suburban wholesomeness. But when they leave Manhattan behind for Meg's humble blue-collar hometown, they find it crowded with wealthy strangers and upscale boutiques. Settling into a creaky fixer-upper, Meg finally spots a familiar face right next door--and it belongs to none other than Sam Rooney. The would-be love of Meg's high school life is now a single dad, her daughter's new soccer coach--and a neighborly ghost-buster whenever things go bump in the night. With three kids and an undeniable attraction between them, Meg and Sam are in for some heart-racing, wee-hour encounters that have nothing to do with spirits...but everything to do with hearts.
Sadly.....I could NOT get into this book. I stopped and started reading it three times. The blurb grabbed my attention and had me wanting to read it. I’m not exactly sure why there was a disconnect with me and the book, but there was.I was not able to get into Love, Suburban Style so thus I did not finish reading it.Rating: DNFRelease Date: November 6, 2012 (reissue from 2007)Book Length: 384 pagesSource: NetGalleyReading Format: Available in eBook and Paperback
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