By Lesley Crewe
Choked with heartache with no being maudlin, this modern novel approximately lifestyles and love in a small city debuts Lesley Crewe, Cape Bretons most unusual new literary voice. Lesleys writing is clean and humorous, and her portrayal of the Cape Breton spiritstrong and wry within the face of adversityis unwaveringly actual. As is Lexie: now not on the grounds that Bridget Jones has a heroine been so good drawn and so completely lovablehang-ups, insecurities, demanding mom and all. In growing Lexie, her sprawling nuclear family, and their neighborhood, Lesley Crewe restores the humour that the easiest literature of the Island is missingthat teasing, biting, whip-smart type that at the same time stings and tickles. along with her fascinating mixture of place of birth heat and savoir-faire, Lesley is certain to entertain and encourage her viewers, who will do good to sit up straight and concentrate on this emerging famous person of mainstream womens fiction.