Jane's rule about marriage: if at first you don't succeed, don't try again.
A bigamist ex-husband, an anonymous stalker, a murder inquiry. Magazine editor Jane Hamilton is not having a good month. But with the support of her best friend, Brad Manchester, she's coping--until they become lovers and Brad complicates things even more by proposing marriage.
Brad understands Jane's fears, but he's ready for a wife and family, ready to move forward. Especially when he finds out she's pregnant with his child.
“Combining her usual superb sense of characterization with a realistically gritty plot, Quinn has created an exceptionally powerful book.” (Booklist on Behind Closed Doors)
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I would listen to it again - because sometimes you miss key points when listening while working.
Brad - because he didnt give up or stop being a friend to the one woman he loved.
The realization that the main character realized that she had been abused and that she had buried her memories - but realized that there was more to her and life and that she needed to start living and feeling again and that it was okay to do so,
- S. King
Not good at all