I was offered Thirty-Two Going on Spinster as one of the books I could pick as a prize for coming runner up in a recent competition. I didn’t read the synopsis, it was the title that intrigued me. All I can say is that I was very happy with the choice I made. A very light-hearted, easy read. Julia had reached her thirties and decided that she must be a spinster as she had no love interest, in fact there had been no man in her life at all for some time; she still lived at home with her parents, albeit in their basement; and stuck in a dead-end job with a boss she disliked. Then, along came Jared! The rest of the story was quite predictable, but still fun to read.