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Reviewed in the United States on May 31, 2020
Once again Susan Mallery draws into the story so it seems as though we are right there with the characters she brings to life. When I first started this book I wasn't sure I could embrace all three of the women. In particular I had difficulty with Deanna. She seemed to self absorbed with her strive for perfection. I knew immediately that I was drawn to Andi ant then Boston. I guess it was a case of being able to relate to someone warts and all, it just took me a little longer with Deanna. As the book progressing you come to realize that each one will need the other two to become whole again, and this is that ultimate journey, This really pays off in the end!
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By Cheryl Wampler on May 31, 2020
Once again Susan Mallery draws into the story so it seems as though we are right there with the characters she brings to life. When I first started this book I wasn't sure I could embrace all three of the women. In particular I had difficulty with Deanna. She seemed to self absorbed with her strive for perfection. I knew immediately that I was drawn to Andi ant then Boston. I guess it was a case of being able to relate to someone warts and all, it just took me a little longer with Deanna. As the book progressing you come to realize that each one will need the other two to become whole again, and this is that ultimate journey, This really pays off in the end!
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