In this second novel by Adams, Sarah moves from London to the Tasmanian bush to marry Richard (Dick) after only a few months of dating, even though she's got a huge crush on Richard's best friend, Tom. Dick's new marriage coincides with the 40th birthday of his first wife, Bronte, who lives in Sydney, causing her to question the meaning of her life. Meanwhile, Richard's younger brother, Harry, is trying to come to terms with his own life while also promoting his Debbie Harry tribute band. Adams is an astrologer, and some otherworldly events take place in the book, as when Bronte gets a visit from the spirit world in the form of her dead horse, Angel. Quirky and fun, the story keeps readers guessing about who will end up with whom in the end. Adams's first novel, Single White E-Mail, was a best seller in both Australia, where she lives, and the United Kingdom, where she was born. This is her first novel to be published in the United States. Recommended for all public libraries. Karen Core, Enoch Pratt Free Lib., Baltimore Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.