at age 30, Mona decides that she needs a change. Her life revolves around work and work and not much in between. When she’s offered the chance to take early retirement Mona jumps at the chance, determined to take the extra time she’s bought herself to become a new Mona-and hopefully win the affections of her accountant.
Although Inventing Mona could probably classified as total fluff, I loved it. After finishing some topic heavy books, something light and fun was just what I needed and I loved every minute of reading this.