The situations she finds herself in are humorous and laughable. I found this read so satisfying I didn't want the story to end.I am hoping that the author will write more about Delilah. I usually read Historical Fiction but this book stood out to me so I decided to read it & I'm so glad that I did. Thurman was born in Austin, Texas to a mother from New England and a father from the South.She grew up in Americus, Georgia in a bustling, creative household with four siblings. DD of DD is delightfully written from Delilah's point-of-view, a naive and rather innocent single young woman.Our favorite music can uplift us, inspire us, comfort us in times of pain.
The simple plot that serves to illustrate a universal truth moves forward easily and steadily.Anton Booth, known as TJ among Stoke supporters, claimed to have unwittingly kick-started the Delilah phenomenon among fans after he began to sing it in a pub.The song, recorded over 40 years ago, is also the unofficial anthem for Welsh rugby fans.She graduated from Valdosta State College with a Bachelors of Fine Arts. She thinks that if she turns 25 and she's still single that there will be NO CHANCE of her ever finding love. You will get a first hand look at the foibles this young woman deals with.The writing style is sweet & witty but the author leaves out the crudeness that can come along with chick-lit dating stories...it's a love story and a personal growth story wrapped up into one awesome package.