"You know how one year is seven dog years? Well five months dating Lee is the equivalent of three years dating a normal woman."
Lee and Bucky are back, but you know it's never that easy. Six months later, Hal's still around and Lee's mother is already picking out bridesmaid dresses. Auto-mechanic and Angel-phile Lee could live with those gourmet brownies dense enough to form their own gravity well, but she's not so sure about that "forever" part. After all, when you get married, you're supposed to do the unthinkable and say no when that hot guy says you and your restored 1965 Mustang look hot.
Think of all the fun she'd miss. And living in New York, it's kind of a crime not to live it up. But living without Hal — all of a sudden that doesn't sound like a lot of fun either.
In the much-anticipated follow-up to Honest And For True, longtime humor writer Jane Lebak crafts a story about tradeoffs and trade-ins as well as junk shops deep in the heart of Brooklyn and the occasional gourmet stuffed mushrooms.
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