Monday, August 8, 2016
Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler, 237 pages
Kate Battista is an acerbic, put-upon 29 year old who works at a daycare, basically raises her 15 year-old sister and takes care of the household for her scientist father.
Her father asks even more of her when he requests that she marry his lab assistant, Pyotr Shcherbakov, to keep the young man from being deported.
This is a short and fun book that I recommend to fellow readers of chick lit.