Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Fairytale of New York by Miranda Dickinson
Well, I guess ones can't go wrong with Chit-lit if ones wanted something light to pass time.
Rosie Duncan was badly hurt emotionally but she managed to rebuilt her life in New York as the owner of a small florist shop. She thought by building a wall around herself and running away from her past would keep her from getting hurt again. Outward, she looks happy. Her business is blooming and she have a set of great friends. None of her friends know of her secret except from Celia.
She thought all is well until she met Nate who at times seems to be interest to be more than just her friend.
Meantime, there is another worry. Her brother, James arrived at her doorsteps and he seems to be keeping a secret.
On top of all the confusion, suddenly, her past caught up with her. She thought of running away and hide but then her pride wouldn't let her.
Frankly I didn't have high expectation on this book. Thought it's just another mindless chit-lit that would get me pass the sadness of the previous two book. I was pleasantly surprised to find that this book presented just ample dose of drama, love and friendship.
It leaves me with a warm and optimistic feeling inside. Rosie was such an optimistic girl. If only all things in life could be wrapped up in such a neat packet.