Dorothea Benton Frank is an author that's been around for a while and consistently provides entertaining women's fiction to readers.
All The Single Ladies is just out in paperback now and is a perfect book to take to the beach.
Lisa is a single woman, a nurse, and a little lonely. When one of the patients she helped passes away, she knows she will not only miss her, but also her friends.
Carrie and Suzanne were great friends to Kathy, visiting every day. Now they must settle her estate. They welcome Lisa to their group with open arms, and the three begin to spend time together.
Most problematic is Kathy's landlord who appears to be stealing her possessions and billing them for work done after Kathy's death.
While the women try to stop the landlord's thievery, they also learn more about each other. The women are all facing getting older alone, and talk about it as well as men, and their financial future.
I liked the plot involving the landlord which created some suspense. I also enjoyed the fact that these women are middle aged and still looking for love- and not giving up on finding happiness. This is a nice book - there weren't a lot of surprises, the reading was enjoyable, and I had a smile on my face at the book's end.
Thanks to TLC Book Tours for providing a copy of this book for review. The opinions expressed are, as always, my own.