March 09, 2016

Multiple Listings by Tracy McMillan #Review

Genres: Chick Lit
Pages: 336
Source: Publisher
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What would you do if your ex-con father suddenly came to visit…indefinitely? Family drama ensues when Nicki’s dad unexpectedly moves in with her, her son, and her boyfriend in this comedic novel from successful TV writer Tracy McMillan.

Nicki Daniels owns a home appraisal business, but real estate is her true passion: she lives for open houses and really knows her way around a floor plan. And especially at this juncture of her life, real estate has come to signify the stability she is trying to build with her teenage son, Cody, and her much younger boyfriend, Jake. She’s finally ready to find the perfect house for the three of them and work on a new business venture with Jake that she thinks will jump-start their lives together.

Meanwhile, Ronnie, a longtime inmate at a nearby correctional facility, is getting some good news for once—there was a mistake in his sentencing, and he’s eligible to get out of prison. After a sixty-day stay in a halfway house, Ronnie decides his best option to avoid homelessness is to move in with his estranged daughter: Nicki. Even though they haven’t spoken in years, her door is always open to him, right?

Inspired by the author’s life and imbued with wit and profound insight into relationships, Multiple Listings speaks poignantly—and often hilariously—about the ties that bind families of all types together.

Tracy McMillan is the author of the memoir I Love You and I’m Leaving You Anyway, as well as Why You’re Not Married…Yet, based upon an essay she wrote for the Huffington Post that went viral. She has appeared as a relationship coach on the NBC reality show Ready for Love and on talk shows, including the Today show and Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday. In addition to her books, Tracy has written for the Emmy Award–winning AMC series Mad Men, as well as Showtime’s United States Of TaraMultiple Listings is her first novel.

If your looking for girl chat this is the one to pick up. It was a great story about where your from and what to do when you get another chance.  It really is a multiple listing on how to bind new families together. I really did like the characters but it felt like just something was sort of missing.  Im not sure what it was.  But it was ok. 

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Chick Lit, Blending families, second chances

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