Joan London's The Good Parents
I guess this was an okay book. A young woman's parents go to visit her, only she's left with her older married boyfriend/boss and they become frantic with worry. Maybe "frantic" is too strong a word, since this book keeps things on an even keel--no drama at all really. There are lots of flashbacks to the parents' youth and how they got together, only sometimes the passages were really clumsily inserted and it took me a page or two to realize it was a flashback and not something else entirely. I will say that some of the minor characters are great, particularly the son, but the rest were fairly boring. B/B-.