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Reviewed by Sheena Monnin for Readers' Favorite
Old Enough, Yet Unmarried by Dr. O is a delightful story about Tessy, a successful doctor, and her four female friends as they battle the joys and challenges of love. Each woman has her own experience with love, marriage, or childbirth throughout the story, and these experiences often find Tessy in the middle as she helps her friends find happiness. Very real topics such as lack of faithfulness in relationships, the common problem of one person ghosting or disappearing on another person, physical and emotional abuse, and the death of a child or loss of a lover are handled with care and respect throughout the story. The author writes with authority on medical topics that arise, adding an interesting dynamic to the lives of the friends.
I loved countless things about Old Enough, Yet Unmarried by Dr. O. The way the author weaves intricate details of the women’s lives together is impressive and kept me eager to turn the pages. The many cliffhangers at the ends of the chapters helped to keep the pacing fast and the plot mysterious. The main character, Tessy, is both strong and confident and the reader will fall in love with her personality and be cheering for her the entire way. Each of the friends faces unique challenges in their quest for love and relationships, and this will allow a wide range of readers to connect with the characters as they find similarities in their own lives. I felt empowered and uplifted after reading this book and it helped me to examine my own relationships a little deeper to ensure I was making good choices and was building up and supporting my friends the way Tessy did hers. This was a truly captivating story.