One of the better Red Dressk Ink chick lit
For every woman who's let a breeze of doubt about her lover's fidelity turn into a full blown hurricane...
Isabel Wolff handles the breakdown of a marriage with warmth and humor. -The Times
If you're looking for a comedy that's a little dark around the edges, this won't disappoint. -Woman's Journal
sweet story. likeable characters
Great book. I will look for more books by this author.
This was good - I laughted out loud in several places. Nice chick lit.
At 35, Faith Smith isn't searching for her true love--she's married to him. Faith and Peter are celebrating their fifteenth anniversary when Faith's glamorous best friend, Lily, makes an underhanded comment about Faith's trust in Peter. Lily's comment begins to chip away at Faith's confidence in her marriage, and Lily only fans the flames of Faith's doubts. At a romantic Valentine's Day dinner, Peter confirms Faith's fears: he's slept with Andie, the headhunter who found him his new publishing job. Faith is floored, especially when Peter tells her it was her suspicions that drove him to cheat. Faith throws him out the house and tells their two children they're getting a divorce. Lily is more than happy to help Faith get back into the dating game, and soon Faith is being pursued by Josiah, a charismatic set designer. But is he too good to be true? And is Faith really ready to close the door on her marriage? Wolff keeps readers guessing until the very end in this sweet, funny romance.
I thought this book was really boring.