I loved this book! I am one of three sisters myself so I always love reading books about sisters, real or fictional. This is the memoirs of Debra Ginsberg. She writes with such affection about her sisters, whether they are getting along or not. She also includes her parents, her brother and her son in stories.
A woman's life turns upside down when her husband leaves her for her best friend plus tries to keep money away from her after the drug company he works for goes public. In the meantime, both her daughters are going through life altering moments of their own. This book shows how all three women deal with things.
This is a new author & I will be looking for more books by her soon.
This is the second book of Jane Porter's that I've read & I really enjoy her style of writing. This book deals with Jackie, a recent divorcee & her journey to discovering who she really is. She goes to Hawaii & gets involved with a younger man.
I must say, I read this book in about 3-4 days. Even though I'm not divorced, I could kind of identify with the way she was feeling since I'm the same age.
Another great book by Linda Fairstein! Every time I read one of her books, I learn a little bit more about New York's history. Alexandra Cooper, Mike Chapman & Mercer Wallace all reunite for a good thriller.