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This book had a great story! But it was poorly written. It was super slow up until the very end and then it ended so quickly. It could have had another chapter with a "family update" or something. But it was such a good story you had to finish it.
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From the book: For wealthy Alison James, moving with her familly to her hometown presents more than a case of relocation jitters. Fifteen years ago, she fled town, eloping with her best friend's boyfriend. Now, blessed with three children, she wonders if that decision led her away from the life she was meant to lead. Catherine Ashley, broke, the mother of two and almost divorced, can't help but wonder the same thing. Although she's content with her children, she finds herself returning again and again to those few weeks fifteen years ago when she fell deeply in love, only to be betrayed by her most trusted friend. Now, living in the same town, Alison and Catherine are about to find out just how different their lives could still be. But this time around they are adults, and while their own happiness is at stake, so is their children's.
Wise and warmhearted, this book will make you laugh and cry.
I really enjoyed this book. It's a good read.