"The perfect beach book"
When her fiancÚ of four years gets transferred from a small
northern California town to Los Angeles, Sarah Walker quits
her job and moves there to make the move easier for
Benjamin. Unfortunately for Sarah, the transfer is delayed,
forcing Sarah to find a job that will pay the rent.
A couple of months later, Benjamin informs Sarah that his
transfer is imminent but he prefers to have a separate
apartment. Angry and hurt, Sarah breaks it off with him
and gets herself a new roommate to cut down of expenses.
Martika takes Sarah under her wing, introducing her to the
L.A. party scene. Sarah goes through quite a few men and
jobs before deciding what is the best road for her to
L.A. WOMAN is a breezy, light read that is a perfect book
to take to the beach. There are many humorous scenes in
the story line as the heroine tries to get her act together
but the spotlight really shines on the supporting cast.
The secondary ensemble are so stereotypical, they are
amusingly believable. Cathy Yardley captures the party
scene in L.A. to perfection and shows the dark side
underneath the glitter and glamour.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted May 11, 2002