I have enjoyed every book that I have read by Kristin Billerbeck, but her latest, "The Theory of Happily Ever After," just may be my favorite!
Maggie has a PhD and is a best-selling author of a book on the science of happiness and presents as having her life all together and living this happy joyful life. Wrong! Maggie is miserable after her fiancee dumped her for another woman and she finds herself eating ice cream and watching Hallmark movies. While there is nothing wrong with this, the downward spiral of this becoming her life, her only enjoyment is what leads her friends to sign her up as the keynote speaker on a cruise.
Kristin has such a talent for creating characters who are so real, that they could be people we interact with every day and frankly people we wish we could interact with every day! The characters interact so naturally with each other with humor and mishaps mixed in that really do make them even more real and believable that it is so easy to become wrapped up in their lives and in the storyline.
Believe me this is a story that you do not want to miss out on if you are a fan of watching chick flicks and reading contemporary fiction books! I am hoping for future books about the other characters in this book as well as I loved them all and the book ended way to soon and there are characters whom need their own stories told!
*Thanks to the Revell Reads Blogger Review Program for the complimentary copy of this book.*