Dinner At Home - Rick R. Reed
~ Review by Paisley

Don’t expect a light and easy story. It is not. The characters are troubled, and at times have some really serious shit going on both in their pasts and in the present. Despite some of the interesting road blocks and diversions I found the journey to be a pretty entertaining one.

One of the things that really struck me about this book is the idea of family. Families are complicated, no parent is perfect, and some are pretty freakin’ terrible. Adding a child into the mix of an adult love story is always a risk, but I think that it can also add some interesting dimensions. Hank’s four year old niece plays a significant role in the book and she has quite the potty mouth. I am not sure how realistic it is that a small child would talk like she does, but I will say she was an unusual character...

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