In a series of messy and vulnerable letters from one sister to another, we come to know Joy and her many imperfections. Though she's desperately flawed, I sympathized with Joy and wanted only the best for her. It did take me many stops and starts to really get into this book, but, fortunately, I stuck with it and found myself devouring the last half, enthusiastically rooting for Joy by the end. "Dear Lily" reads like a wonderful romcom and was a lovely antidote to darker days.
Thank you to NetGalley and Bookouture for the advanced reader copy; and to Drew, thank you for sharing your humour and talent with the world. I look forward to reading another one of your novels soon!