Marilyn Grimes, wife and mother of three, has made a career of deferring her dreams to build a suburban California home and lifestyle with her workaholic husband, Leon. She also troubleshoots for her grown kids, cares for her live-in mother-in-law (and elderly poodle, Snuffy), keeps tabs on her girlfriends Paulette and Bunny and her own aging mother and foster sister and holds down a part- time job. But at forty-four, Marilyns got too much on her plate and nothing to feed her passion. She feels like shes about ready to jump. Shes just not sure where.
Highly entertaining, deeply human, a page-turner full of heart and soul, this time McMillan turns her eye to the question of how one woman can start putting her own needs higher on the to-do list while not shortchanging those she loves. The Interruption of Everything is a triumphant testament to the fact that the detour is the path, and living life "by the numbers" never quite adds up....Continua
An entertaining book which is capable of making you laugh but also cry. I liked it very much. I will read other books of this author for sure.