Five years after Sunny finds her Mr. Right, she owns a gourmet soda company and lives in a house in Manhattan Beach, California, with her husband, Adam, and toddler son. They live a hip, married-with-one-kid existence—until, that is, Sunny gives birth to baby number two.
While fighting postpartum blues, Sunny finds suggestive emails between Adam and a sexy correspondent with whom he is supposedly breaking a huge political scandal. Then his anti-feminist mother turns up as fill-in nanny and homemaking consultant. Is this what happily ever after means after all?
Forced to examine the possible end of her marriage, the collapse of her business, and the sudden illness of her mother-in-law, Sunny realizes how much she has to lose, and attempts to save it all in the way that only Sunny can.
“Wry, wise and hysterically funny, Over the Moon by Linda Joffe Hull is mommy lit at its best. New mommy, Sunny Dey, charts the highpoints in her newborn daughter’s life with the help of her five-year-old son who is showing signs of being psychic like his uncle,” says Kay Bergstrom, USA TODAY bestselling author of Mountain Shelter and Mountain Blizzard (writing as Cassie Miles).
About the Author
Why Linda Joffe Hull’s father thought it was well advised to read Kafka in general, and The Metamorphosis in particular, to his then eight-year-old daughter is a question better left for the therapist’s couch. As a result however, Linda was bitten by the literary bug.
Always an avid reader, she ignored the corresponding compulsion to write, receiving a B.A. in Economics from UCLA, embarking on a career in sales, and diving headlong into the all-encompassing job of motherhood.
Thanks to the encouragement of her family and the support of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, she finally gave in to the unavoidable urge and sat down in front of the computer.
Linda is a native of Saint Louis, Missouri, but currently resides in Denver, Colorado with her husband, daughter, and the various pets her sons left behind when they went off to college. She is a longtime member and former president of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and a past board member of Mystery Writers of America. She was also honored to be named the 2013 Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers’ Writer of the Year.
Linda writes in different genres with a focus on the hidden dangers of suburban life. Her debut novel, The Big Bang, was published by Tyrus Books in 2013. She is also the author of romantic comedies Frog Kisses and Over the Moon and the Mrs. Frugalicious Mystery Series, which includes Eternally 21, Black Thursday, and Sweetheart Deal. Linda’s newest novel as part of the writing team Linda Keir, The Swing of Things, will be released in August 2018.