Really Not Alone
Cover in category: 'Fiction' > 'Chick Lit'
Harmony Goodhumor continues to tell the story of her life in the first person, allowing the reader to feel like they are either inside her mind or reading her diary.
The main character becomes close to family members she once had issues with, moves in with the love of her life, and explores parts of Canada during an organised trip with her son and fiancé as well as during her honeymoon.
Although there once was a time in Harmony's life where she felt alone, during the year- long wedding preparations she becomes aware that she is really not alone.