Meister, Ellen

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The Rooftop Party

Meister’s follow-up to Love Sold Separately is a fast and fun read with an engaging heroine and supporting cast. The author briefly recaps Dana’s backstory, so readers don’t need to read the first installment (although they may want to after reading this). For fans of rom-coms or light murder mysteries.

Love Sold Separately

Meister (Dorothy Parker Drank Here) presents a breezy, fast-paced contemporary with elements of suspense and mystery. While Dana is the only well-developed character, the array of secondary characters—even her love interests—remain one-dimensional. Readers looking for a light beach read will enjoy the engaging writing and compelling plot.

Dorothy Parker Drank Here

This sequel to Farewell, Dorothy Parker, is a quick, charming read that will delight Parker fans and stoke the curiosity of those unfamiliar with her great wit. A solid choice as well for those who enjoy light fiction set in New York.

Farewell, Dorothy Parker

With a breezy and engaging writing style complete with Parkeresque banter, Meister's book can be forgiven a slightly predictable storyline. Realizing how it will end takes no pleasure from the reading, and the blend of romance and family drama with a hint of the paranormal has broad appeal. This will be enjoyed by readers who liked Jennifer Crusie's Maybe This Time.

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