The book was more captivating then I had originally though tit would be and I enjoyed the entire book...until the very end. It really left a bad taste in my mouth.
"Hip, artsy Claudia and Jeremy Munger are new owners of a charming L.A. bungalow, but their bohemian American dream may not survive all the recent setbacks thrown their way -- Claudia's first film has failed, Jeremy's successful ex-girlfriend has reappeared just as his band breaks up, and the debt load they're carrying may end in foreclosure. The differing ways they ultimately view the house (an albatross, a dream) and the compromises they're willing or unwilling to make (forgoing their free-spirited lifestyle in favor of "real" jobs) may ultimately save or destroy their home -- and their marriage." Fiction A to Z August 2014 newsletter http://www.libraryaware.com/996/NewsletterIssues/ViewIssue/a4f4d377-8dd6-440e-bb35-99f389939f47?postId=03c1c147-b517-499d-b132-6db115231ff1
This book was okay. It got better in the end. I liked that the characters had faults, but I didn't think they were completely relatable.
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