Ralph's Party by Lisa Jewell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Ralph's Party is a great story. Its not a thriller but more of what I would call a quiet comfortable read. Jem is looking for a new flat to share and she finds what she sees as a great place. The flat is owned and occupied by Smith, who seems quite financially ok and his buddy, Ralph, who is more the arty type and doesn't really have any visible means of support.
Jem has a dream of the type of fellow she will meet and that will be her soulmate and she thinks this is the place that she will find what she is looking for.
This block of flats also includes a couple living on the ground floor with their own issues and a woman on the top floor, Cheri.
Their lives intersect in ways that you wouldn't have anticipated.
This is the type of story that you just give yourself over to and enjoy. This author has become very high on my list of favourites.
Sunday, January 6, 2019
Review: Ralph's Party
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