The characters were likeable and the plot line was interesting, with just the right number of twists.
Interspersed with the story are op-ed pieces Zoe writes for a city paper back home which further juxtapose her sense of reluctance to leave it behind.
Kwitney, like Austen, has the gift of revealing characters (their weaknesses, their aspirations) through conversations.
I found out about this author from a Cusie reference. Kwitney's books precede and possibly set the style for author's like Cusie and Gibbons. That's just a guess. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Lois Feron
Alisa Kwitney's FLIRTING IN CARS packs far more punch than the title implies. I expected a fluffy romance novel and found so much more: an intelligent, enormously readable book,... Read morePublished on February 22, 2013 by Klara B. Sauer