Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on November 18, 2021
Had the day been longer, I would have read this in one delicious sitting. What a fabulous read! Not so much about romance, although there are elements of this for different characters. Rather, this tale revolves around being true to oneself, the good, as well as the not-so-good and how different women learn that.

Mackenzie has the most obvious issue, when it's clear that acknowledging her dead marriage forces her to leave the job that has consumed her. Doing so gets more complicated with an unexpected pregnancy she never thought she'd experience. Then, there's her college roommate who became a sister-in-law. Stephanie, too, has to face how she has taken the easy way out all her life. Can she keep body, soul and her family together if she stops doing so--especially if it means standing up to her mother? Which then leaves us with Barbara, who brings her angst on herself, leaving her a tortured soul when her actions chase her competitors and so many of her family members away. Oh, and this reader, too.

A tale worth reading again and again.
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