I loved this book! Funny, heart warming, and uplifting, with lots of literary references sprinkled throughout. Nina believes that there are five perfect things in the world--reading, cats, dogs, honeycrisp apples, and coffee. She's a trivia queen, works in a bookstore, she's in two book groups, and she needs an evening dedicated to reading and alone time, of course. Her life is fun, organized, and balanced, even if it is so busy that she literally pulls out her planner to schedule in a date at one point. Nina has never known her dad, so she's surprised to hear from a lawyer that he has died, and left her something in his will. Suddenly her quiet life is connected to family that she never knew she had, right in her home of Los Angeles, and she finds herself thinking hard about the people in her life, and what she might be missing.