Unlike the rest of her family, Maggie Walsh has always done the right thing - that is until the day she leaves her husband and takes refuge with her friend Emily, a screenwriter in Los Angeles - a city where even the palm trees are skinny. Soon Maggie's doing all sorts of things she's never done before, such as wearing sunglasses in the shower and pitching scripts to studio executives - and meeting a mysterious man named Troy, who is so non-stick he's known as Human Teflon.More
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LA Angels, review
Lovely light entertainment!
The story as it unfolds is really interesting, I love the main character's view of America and her life, she is a very likable girl.
Lara -> she was fun and free and well described
I listen to audiobooks int he car and I often sat in the drive for a while before switching off and going inside, it was really very entertaining.
The American accents were a bit annoying, they were too forced. I love the Irish accents though, they made the characters so much more interesting.
- Ms. K. Cowburn