Pinch Me

Author:  Adena Helpern                        
Publisher:  Touchstone
Pages:  265
Genre:  Chick Lit
Source: Kritters Ramblings

This is my first
Off the Shelf read
this year!





Goodreads:  LILY MARRIED THE MAN OF HER DREAMS. THEN SHE WOKE UP.

“Never marry a man unless he’s short, bald, fat, stupid, and treats you badly.” That is the advice that twenty-nine-year-old Lily Burns has heard her entire life from her grandmother Dolly and her mother, Selma. Despite this, when she meets Gogo, the handsome, successful pediatrician who treats her like a queen, she has no choice but to let her heart take over. When she agrees to marry him, Dolly and Selma are inconsolable. They decide it’s time to tell her the truth: their family is cursed. If she marries for love, there will be unimaginable consequences.

Nevertheless, Lily and Gogo elope. Unable to believe her good fortune, Lily asks Gogo to pinch her—to make sure all this isn’t just a dream. The moment he does, Lily finds herself transported back to the house she lived in when she was single. Gogo is gone. When Lily tracks him down, she finds that he’s married to someone else and has no memory of her. In this modern fairy tale, Lily must find a way to break the curse and turn her nightmare back into a dream come true.


Ope’s Opinion:  This is a silly, light hearted book.  It is a fairy tale for adults.  This is very make believe.  If you are not into fantasy, you may not like this one.

                                        I haven’t read any other books by Adena Halpern.  


Rating:  Three Chairs –  I like the book enough to suggest it to a friend or two.


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