On the Delta Shuttle between New York and Washington, Elise finds herself sitting next to Donald - tall, with dark wavy hair and a big easy smile. She's left the world of women's magazines in Manhattan for graduate school in D.C. He's left investment banking to become a teacher. They are both unattached. They exchange stories. They fall in love. One year later they're headed for an April wedding. Storybook finish? Not quite. Donald has some serious baggage: an ex-fiancée named Adrienne. And she's not just any ex; she is "the mother of all exes." Yale educated, French extraction, ravishing, and she's just shown up in D.C. Adrienne is Elise's worst nightmare incarnate - and before too long her all-consuming obsession. Every man comes with baggage. But did it have to be her? Laura Zigman's Her is a pitch-perfect look at what happens when the deepest, darkest heart of jealousy takes over your life.More
"Zigman expertly pulls the reader into the story." (Booklist)
"Some scenes...are fresh and smart and almost perfect, as are many of [Zigman's] one-liners." (Publishers Weekly)
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