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New York Times bestseller Jane Green delivers a riveting novel about two women whose lives intersect when a shocking secret is revealed
From the author of Another Piece of My Heart comes Family Pictures, the gripping story of two women who live on opposite coasts but whose lives are connected in ways they never could have imagined. Both women are wives and mothers to children who are about to leave the nest for school. They're both in their forties and have husbands who travel more than either of them would like. They are both feeling an emptiness neither had expected. But when a shocking secret is exposed, their lives are blown apart. As dark truths from the past reveal themselves, will these two women be able to learn to forgive, for the sake of their children, if not for themselves?
I feel like out of all her books this is the best. I was interested the whole time. It was a very easy read. I read it in one night! Perfect chick lit!!
the writing is meh...The ending is the best part of this book, and anyone who didn't see what this "terrible secret" was coming from a mile away, should stick with Dr. Seuss.
Loved Jane Green's early work, but it's morphed into the extraordinarily dull "mother love conquers all" genre. Women find their true selves as mommies; men are good or bad depending on whether they play the proper supporting role. (Pun intended.) Non-mommies are largely 2D caricatures with expensive handbags. Plots that used to hold surprises have turned to largely predictable mush. Decent storytelling skills remain. Please, get out of picturesque rural Connecticut and exercise a bit of creativity!