Deconstructed By Liz Talley
Book/Novel Author: Liz Talley
Book/Novel Title: Deconstructed
An exhilarating novel about fast friends and fashionable revenge by Liz Talley, the USA Today bestselling author of Adulting.Antique-store owner Cricket Crosby’s life is turned upside down when she discovers that the rumors of her husband’s affair aren’t just leisurely southern gossip. Her plan: hire an investigator; find an attorney; enlist the help of her new assistant, Ruby; and make her husband pay.Ruby knows how quickly everything changes. After a dicey past, she’s determined to forge a new future by working for Cricket and reinventing herself as a designer, deconstructing vintage haute couture. If anybody can help mend a few tears in Cricket’s life, she can.But turns out Cricket’s life isn’t just a little torn. It’s wrinkled, stained, and falling apart at the seams. With Ruby and her ragtag relatives—a soused PI and a hunky tow truck driver—Cricket is sleuthing her way to the truth, no matter how dangerous it gets.Sure, Cricket’s life isn’t what she imagined. But she’s embracing change and figuring out what she really wants. And that’s kind of fabulous.
This book was easy to read. It held my attention and was not too heavy (dramatic). The plot was decent but sometimes the descriptions were wordy. I enjoyed the two person perspec
An enjoyable, well written book. Not a typical storyline and interesting characters. Would have liked a little more about “Deconstructed” as part of the wrap up.
Just what I needed. Good story, loved the folks in it and yes it was funny, witty and very enjoyable and well written. If you want a good story, like able characters, some of them, and a good story, Highly recommend it.
A woman discovers her husband is in an extramarital relationship and seeks to “bring him down”! The cast of characters are a riot and each is well developed and plays a role in her quest! Fun, quick read!
At first I thought it wasn’t moving quickly enough for me but when all the pieces came together… it was worth the time.
Deconstructed was an easy read with some laugh out loud moments in amongst more serious ones. It was well written with some interesting and quirky characters.