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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Move is a work of chick lit and women’s fiction penned by author Whitney Dineen and is suitable for readers of all sensitivities. This fun and light-hearted novel focuses on the popular theme of a big city to small town move, and the changes of heart and head that one can experience in doing so. Our central heroine is Lexi Blake, who finds an old fortune teller’s prophecy coming true when she falls over in Central Park and a dog leaps over her. As her life in the Big Apple slowly descends into a chaos that she can’t control, Lexi escapes on vacation to Creek Water, Missouri, where everything is about to change for her.
Author Whitney Dineen has created a highly enjoyable chick lit read that’s part luck-change story, part romantic comedy, but is also entirely happy and fun. Lexi is a highly relatable heroine who finds herself in dire straits, buffeted by the familiar difficulties of modern life that we have little control over. Her exploration of Creek Water is highly descriptive and engaging, with a host of well-developed characters to meet, shifting attitudes and a super cute love story that comes from quite an unexpected build-up. I really liked the narrative style especially, as Dineen exhibits a rare ability to tell readers the story as a friend would, but also keep that writer’s finesse to raise the quality level of the work. Overall, The Move comes highly recommended as an essential pick-me-up read for fans of fun and light-hearted chick lit adventures.