There was a time when March Monroe thought that she and her daughter, Olivia, would never really cut the cord. They'd just upgrade to a wireless connection. Now, Olivia is heading off to college, and March hasn't even told her that she's decided to continue her own higher education. So it's hard to say who's more shocked when they run into each other at a local radio station where, it turns out, they're both student interns. Adding to the fireworks are a fourteen-year-old son who probably won't be speaking to March for much longer, a slightly tired marriage, a midlife crush, and a quantum-physics class that just might put March over the edge. This new novel from the author of Must Love Dogs is an effervescent story of family life that will strike a chord with women of all ages.
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"When March Monroe's daughter, Olivia, goes off to college, March decides it's the perfect opportunity to finish her own much delayed degree. As if being a middle-aged coed isn't daunting enough, March's life becomes even more complicated when she discovers that she and Olivia have both signed up for the same internship at a local radio station. Add to the mix a precocious teenage son, Jackson, and a depressed parakeet, and March quickly starts to feel overwhelmed. In the voice of Carrington McDuffie the characters are sharply defined by Olivia's haughty pout, March's strained patience, and Jackson's lovable yet brutal honesty. Highlights are the multiple-choice questions that begin each chapter, read with wry humor. J.G.K. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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