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Wedding-dress designer Jenny Tate understands the happily ever after business, yet somehow she's still involved in her ex-husband's life. In fact Owen's new wife may - inexplicably - be Jenny's new best friend. Sensing this, well, relationship isn't helping her move on, Jenny trades the Manhattan skyline for her hometown up the Hudson, where she'll be able to bask in her sister Rachel's picture-perfect family life...and hopefully make one of her own.
Her timing couldn't be more perfect, since Rachel will need her younger sister. Her idyllic marriage has just fallen to pieces in spectacular fashion after she discovers her husband sexting with one of his colleagues. Second chances aren't in Rachel's nature, but the desire for an intact family has her rethinking her stance on adultery, much to Jenny's surprise. Rachel points to their parents' "perfect" marriage as a shining example. But to protect her sister, Jenny may have to tarnish that memory - and their relationship - and reveal a secret about their family she's been keeping since childhood.
During this summer of secrets and lies, temptation and revelation, Jenny and Rachel will rely on each other to find the humor in their personal catastrophes, the joy in their triumphs...and the strength to keep hanging on.
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By Rannie on 07-27-16
Great story and amazing performance!
Funny yet touching. I love the ending and made me thought about life, love, family and marriage..Such a wonderful book. And I really like Xe Sands' performance!! I felt I could see her! her laughing, crying or smiling... Great great performance!!!
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
By Marie on 12-16-17
Mediocre at Best
I bought this book based on the great reviews. I can't give it an excellent or even a good. Gosh, the characters are so infantile, narcissistic behavior from both main female characters, and bottom line communicated in this book is boys will be boys. The old cliche, boys can do whatever, females have to struggle. Writing is ok, nothing special, the story line is very repetitive. This book got me all depressed and it did not deal with the problems that were presented in a good way. I would not even read this at the beach. The performance was very nasal and just ok, sometimes the narrator(s) almost sounded bored. I finished the book, but if you can get it for free or for $3.95 and you like the positive reviews, then get it, otherwise, you can skip it.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful