Out of the Clear Blue Sky by Kristan Higgins  

Title:  Out of the Clear Blue Sky
Author: Kristan Higgins 
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group 
Genre:  Women's Fiction 
Format:  Kindle
No. of Pages:  496
Date of Publication:  7 June, 2022
My Rating:  5 Stars

My Thoughts 

This made me laugh out loud many, many times. It also made me cry. I love when an author, 

based purely on their writing, just seems like someone who is most likely awesome and Kristan Higgins is definitely one of those authors for me. If she writes it, I will read it. 

Lillie’s unexpected shortcut to a better life was irresistible and drew me in immediately. I loved Lillie and really felt her mothering style and her voice - do all nearing empty nest moms worry about the same stuff? Each and every character worked here to make this an incredibly fun as well as an enjoyably satisfying read.

I adored this one and kept at it because as much as I was trying to savor the new KH novel, I had to know what happened. 



From New York Times bestselling author Kristan Higgins comes a funny and surprising new novel about losing it all—and getting back more than you ever expected.
Lillie Silva knew life as an empty nester would be hard after her only child left for college, but when her husband abruptly dumps her for another woman just as her son leaves, her world comes crashing down. Besides the fact that this announcement is a complete surprise (to say the least), what shocks Lillie most is that she isn’t heartbroken. She’s furious.
Lillie has loved her life on Cape Cod, but as a mother, wife, and nurse-midwife, she’s used to caring for other people . . . not taking care of herself. Now, alone for the first time in her life, she finds herself going a little rogue. Is it over the top to crash her ex-husband’s wedding dressed like the angel of death? Sure! Should she release a skunk into his perfect new home? Probably not! But it beats staying home and moping.
She finds an unexpected ally in her glamorous sister, with whom she’s had a tense relationship all these years. And an unexpected babysitter in, of all people, Ben Hallowell, the driver in a car accident that nearly killed Lillie twenty years ago. And then there’s Ophelia, her ex-husband’s oddly lost niece, who could really use a friend.
It’s the end of Lillie’s life as she knew it. But sometimes the perfect next chapter surprises you . . . out of the clear blue sky.


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