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Berkley 6/9/2020. New paperback. Store pick: I never miss a Kristan Higgins book and never fail to laugh and cry while reading, sometimes simultaneously. Barb and John do not have a great relationship. If asked, and forced to be brutally honest, they would both pinpoint when it all began to fall apart. It has been easier to just remain with the status quo and live separate lives in the same home. Barb finds a job and newfound independence she never expected. Their very different daughters, Juliet and Sadie, are grown and settled into their own careers and lives. All of this changes in an instant, and not at all in the manner Barb has in her mind. What unfolds is a tale of family, tragedy, betrayal, and soul searching for all. So many of the supporting characters are key to the way the plot unfolds, the sisters relationships, what one daughter thought she always wanted, all twine together for a fascinating story. The book and the very well developed characters engage you and make you laugh hysterically and shed tears for almost everyone involved. An excellent story of life and family. -Jackie, store volunteer (seconded by Linda, store volunteer)
Sometimes you have to break a family to fix it.