But then it gets a little busy in her relationship, as Princess Diana has described the arrival of another woman so well. Lon doesn’t really like it: this Xenia that Philip is so captivated with becomes an obsession for her. She skillfully conquers a place in the life of her rival’s grandmother.
This Louise, a woman with a textbook, takes them and the reader on a journey on the hundred most important roller coasters in America, the journey through “America’s most American” that she had planned with Philip. In her old age, Lon offers Louise more adventure than she ever dreamed of in her sheltered home. But who needs whom the most? Does revenge taste sweet?
Louise is the fun and well-written character Baby teeth, presented as the most striking “power struggle between three women”. His gaze on love is golden. “A relationship is a leaky dinghy that you have to constantly bail out in. But you agree to claim that she is a brilliant yacht that must be saved at all costs. Lon, on the other hand, is a little too often irritating, and Xenia is just as Bordeauxy as the characters from Disneyland and the other theme parks visited on this wonderful road trip.