Genre: Women's Fiction
In Call It Kismet, author Heather Hummel Gallagher weaves a wonderful women's fiction story that follows Lucy Brown's inspirational journey of self-discovery, as she considers two choices of directions in life to follow, and the landscapes and people she would meet along the way that would help change her life forever.
In a span of one year (Spring 1994 - Spring 1995), Lucy Brown's two choices of life directions will lead her on a journey of self-discovery that will guide her to finding her career passion, love, and happiness.
Set in Ithaca, New York with stops around the US (New York City; Erie, Pennsylvania; Harbor View, Ohio; Charlotteville, Virginia; Racine, Wisconsin; the Badlands, South Dakota; and the Outer Banks, North Carolina), and told in the third person alternating narrative, the author weaves a fascinating tale that easily engages the reader to follow Lucy's journey as she considers two different directions to take in her life: travel the US highways for a year following her passion for photographing America's landscapes; or attend the University of Virginia School of Law in Charlottesville, with a focus on the area of Intellectual Property Law (Copywrite Law).
RATING: 5 STARS