Love everything this young author wrote. Tragic that her life was cut short so unnecesarily. I liked this better than "First Wives Club"
Three young wives discover what they should have known all along: that their husbands are rotten.
Meet the young wives---Angela, Michelle, and Jada, thirty-something women who appear to have lives as delicious as dessert...A typical New Yorker, half-Jewish, half-Itaalian, Angela is a lawyer married to Reid, a handsome old-money WASP. Michelle adores her childhood sweetheart husband, Frank, and the dreamhouse he's provded for her and their two beautiful children. Jada is an African-American wroking mom trying to maintain a happy home despite her husband Clinton's failing business. But then, like a bad souffle, the lives of Angela, Michelle, and Jada collapse as they each discover the truth about their dirty, rotten mates.
I am reading this book for the thrid time now, I love it. Easy read, and definately one of those you don't want to put down.
Do not remember this one as I just came across it again, but it is a women's story of friendship and growth together through adversity done in Goldsmith's wit and style