A Bump in the Road by Maureen Lipinski
From Happy Hour to Baby Shower

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When twenty-seven-year-old event planner and blogger Clare Finnegan got married, she didn’t mind moving out of the city. After all, a suburban existence didn’t necessarily equal domesticity, book club parties, and a subscription to Martha Stewart Living. But when, after a weekend in Vegas, Clare discovers she’s pregnant, she is thrown into a world where eating lunchmeat is equivalent to smoking crack and maternity clothes appear to have been molested by a BeDazzler. In the midst of her slow transition from beer bottles to baby bottles, Clare juggles burgeoning Internet stardom, plans Chicago’s biggest black-tie gala, wrangles her traditional in-laws who are scandalized by her every choice, and attempts to keep the peace between her two feuding best friends. Not only funny but smart, sassy, and witty, to boot, this is a debut novel that will have you laughing for a good nine months.




About Maureen Lipinski

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Maureen Lipinski (Lombard, IL) is also the author of Shadowrsquo;s Edge (Flux), A Bump in the Road (St. Martinrsquo;s Press), and Not Ready for Mom Jeans (St. Martinrsquo;s Press). Visit her online at MaureenLipinski.com.
Published June 9, 2009 by St. Martin's Griffin. 304 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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