The Big Love
Publish date: July 2nd 2004
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 228
Edition language: English
This was a lovely bit of chick lit. Although I did not grow up in a Fundamentalist Christian culture, Dunn does a terrific job of describing her character's slow realization that mainstream dating is tricky, and doing everything right does not guarantee the outcome. As you would expect, it is a ligh...
Alison is looking for the big love. She thought she has found it but when her boyfriend for several years leaves her during the dinner party, she has to start to consider things from different angles.Eventually Alison starts to think that does the real love, the big love, even exists. And if it does...
I felt like I could relate to the main character because of my own Christian upbringing and how I also have changed my views and morals over the years. It was a pretty intriguing book, and I enjoyed reading it.
So-so. Not as interesting as the critics and reviews made it out to be. A little too much inner look at my belly button literature to make it a true and fun chick lit book.
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