I'm half way through my fifth book (none published) and would like someone to answer a few general comments about my first 30,000 words. Hen lit is mature women on the path to enlightenment, fyi. Not really romance, per se, but the same target audience.
Mandinger Traveler is the title. No one is more surprised than Nancy when she lands in the hospital after an unplanned suicide attempt. Her vision of a perfect family just isn't working out: her absent husband wants an "open" marriage and her daughter is a thief. Her mother thinks the solution is to buy consolation jewelry and her sister just moved in with a bushel full of advice about marriage. Nancy stumbles into an unconventional therapy group called the Mandingers, who assign her bizarre tasks designed to lead her to contentment.