Alice is sent by her boss to help M. M. Banning complete her newest novel. She takes care of Frank, M.M.'s son who loves vintage clothing and old movies. They have a lot of adventures together.
I loved Frank. He was interesting. Alice had to adjust much of what she thought and did while with Frank and Mimi (M.M.) She thought one way but found out her boss did not necessarily mean what she thought. There are at least two different ways to take what is said and done by the characters in this book. Alice was a linear thinker at the beginning then started to see and think like Frank.
The ending seemed incomplete to me. I know it's done so the reader can decide how the story does end. But like the rest of the book there are so many endings that could be done here. I want to know how the author sees it so I can agree or disagree with her.
I'm glad I read this. I did not find it funny (like the quote on the front cover said) but moving and sad. It made me stop at times to see where Frank was headed with his thoughts and action. I also wondered who was actually the adult--Frank, Alice, Mimi, Xander (Frank's sometimes male figure.) This is not a book I will soon forget after the cover closes on the story.