If I had to describe my favorite genre, it would have to be goofy dysfunctional family stories. And There’s a Word for That by Sloane Tanen perfectly fits the bill. I originally picked this one up because the cover called to me and I’m so glad I did. After years apart, Marty and Bunny find themselves pulled back together when they end up at the same fancy rehab facility. What follows is a comedy of errors featuring both of their families. Fame, family, and love are dealt with using humor in a way that makes even the least relatable things relatable. Tanen has created such realistic yet messed up characters and I loved every moment I spent with them. My biggest complaint is that it ended. Definitely give this one a read. This is the perfect beach read with depth and substance.