If we're honest with each other, very rarely do we read a book that actually reads as good as it sounds on the back cover. Hot Flashes and Cold Lemonade, however, gallops along as promises, throwing in delightful twists and turns along the way before coming to a most unpredictably gratifying conclusion. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
|Susan Flett Swiderski|
And as Susan says in her blog bio: 'It's as shiny as I can make it, and this old bird wants to lay at least one golden egg before I get tossed into that deep fat fryer in the sky.'
Living the perfect life has always been easy peasy for Pearl Bryzinski, because she’s practically a pro at ignoring the negative and putting a positive spin on the facts, but it’s impossible for her to find anything positive about Daddy skipping town with that blue-haired floozy in a flashy brown Pinto. No matter how hard she tries, she can’t ignore the fact that he’s gone… or the fact that she’s becoming a drama queen who can sweat like a sumo wrestler doing push-ups in a sauna. It’s almost enough to suck the blush out of her rose-colored glasses. Whether she likes it or not, she’s gonna have to turn some of her wishbone into backbone.
Good on you, Susan. If your first novel has anything to go by, I shall definitely be purchasing your second :)