I really enjoyed reading this book...at the time I was reading this I was a stay at home mom and some of the stuff really hit home. It is a good, easy read with some laughs and a few tears as well.
Good, but not great. But I kept reading to see how it ended...
Quick, easy,breezy read. Fairly enjoyable characters.
Quick easy chick lit, kind of sex in the city for suburban moms.
Cute, typical chic-lit kind of novel.
This book took a while to get through. It was OK, not great
Great read. I recommend it to anyone.
Great, fun read. Couldn't put it down.
Cute book with lots going on with all the characters. Enjoyed it and read it quickly.
I really enjoyed this one! Bring out the kleenex, LOL.
Great escapist chick-lit!
This book was so good! Very funny! It was so hard to put down.
A light and funny look at the the lives of women, interesting characters dealing with middle age issues.
Four women who met through a mother's group when their children were babies have been meeting once a month for years. Now that their children are in school, each woman is yearning for something that she feels is lacking in her life. Deirdre is married to a sweet, helpful, gangly doctor, but what she really desires is her old singing career with her old singing partner. Because Anne and her independent filmmaker husband are always financing his movies, she is the main breadwinner, but what she would really like to do is open her own restaurant. Juliette is a stay-at-home mom. Her son has emotional issues, but that doesn't stop her from wanting another child, even though her husband is against it. And Lisa is the least needy of the group. Her life and her children are as regimented as the army. She wants for nothing, but her orderly life will soon be topsy-turvy. Through her women characters, Satran tells realistic and intriguing stories that will enthrall and, ultimately, surprise readers.
Enjoyable read about a bunch of women who met in a playgroup years earlier.
Great chick lit book. Easy and quick read.