By Tish Cohen
Jack Madigan is, by means of many bills, blessed. He can nonetheless without problems flip an attractive head. and because of his mythical rock superstar father, he lives an enviable life in a once-glorious, now-crumbling Boston city condominium together with his teenage son, Harlan. yet there's one tiny trouble: Jack is an agoraphobe. so long as his dad's admittedly dwindling royalties hold rolling in, Jack's is not an issue. yet then the money runs out . . . and all hell breaks free. The financial institution is foreclosing. Jack's ex is threatening to take Harlan to California. And Lucinda, the little lady round the corner, will not remain out of his kitchen . . . or his lifestyles. to save lots of his sanity, Jack's course is obvious, albeit impossible—he needs to outwit the bank's adorably decided actual property agent, win again his condominium, continue his son at domestic, and, eventually, with Lucinda's aid, have the option again to the realm open air his door.