I loved this novel; it tells the story of a location manager filming a movie at a small community in Florida. Simultaneously, as life sometimes imitates art, our neighbours across our very quiet street rented their house to a movie crew producing (in their words) a low budget network TV movie (Precious Things). So while I am reading about the movie making business, they are filming one in my front yard. There is one scene where a very unhappy neighbour makes his feelings known and I burst out laughing because I knew exactly how he felt. I should have done what he did and I won't spoil it by revealing it here.
ho hum. Pulp fiction. I agree -- a good one for the beach. Keeps you amused but nothing to take away.
It was a bit predictable and the end was a bit rushed. Otherwise it was a fun relaxing book. A good one for the beach.
The set-up for this book seemed to have the potential for some really funny scenes, but the one-dimensional characters and predictable plotting were a big disappointment. I don't know why I even finished this book!
I loved the book. I found myself having a hard time putting the book down. Very easy reading & I loved the characters.
Great novel about making a movie in a small beach town in Florida. Unusual characters and plot development.
She always has a winner. The story line is about women who find themselves even while tackling the stresses of life. A great read!!!!!
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