Nine Perfect Strangers
Outrageous, heartbreaking and at time hilarious, Nine Perfect Strangers is excellent for any reader needing a little colour in their lives. The book is both laugh-out-loud and sob-in-public and everything in between.
One of nine perfect strangers, Frances our wonderful romance writer is an easy favourite, her neurosis entirely relatable; Napoleon and his family will also break your heart and Carmel emerges as an excellent character towards the end.
Nine Perfect Strangers will have you booking a Health Retreat and then just as quickly try and get a refund. Moriarty shows characters at their worst, their most unhinged and their most vulnerable; it is also the reason we fall in love with them.
The novel becomes a little outrageous towards the end as our antagonist emerges as quite the deluded psychopath, but if trust and let go (something Masha would recommend) readers will thoroughly enjoy the ride.
Now, I'm off to get one of those green smoothies.