Tuesday, February 17, 2009

book review: practically perfect by katie fforde

Katie Fforde writes consistently delightful modern, British romantic comedy of manners novels. Practically Perfect is no exception. The novel tells the story of Anna, an interior designer who buys a small cottage in the Cotswalds to fix up. The cottage is in bad shape; it doesn't have a bathroom or stairs when she moves in. Anna quickly makes friends with her neighbor and other amusing townsfolk.

Katie Fforde's heroines always manage to be easy to relate to, yet inspiring and independent.

Rating: 4 stars (really liked it)

Challenges: 100+ Reading Challenge, Support Your Local Library

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