Okay, truthfully her books have been hit or miss for me. Some I like others eh, not so much. But this subject matter was interesting to me.
This book is about how the family of the disgraced politician handles the aftermath. Sylvie the husband is in her car being driven home when she gets the first phone call from her best friend that her life is being shredded.
Diana, the oldest daughter and a doctor is having her own affair with one of the interns in the hospital she works at. Lizzie the youngest daughter is fresh out of rehab, babysitting her nephew Milo.
They all struggle through their various issues in their relationships and family. It was a good book. I have always wondered what happened to these women and children after the cameras are rolling. It's bad enough to have a husband cheat, but to have it all come out so publicly such as with Tiger Woods and his poor wife. That would almost make it as unforgivable to me as the act itself.
This book easily drew me in to these women's lives. I was rooting for them the whole time. I liked that in the book Richard, the disgraced politician, husband and father, was a secondary character. This book was about how his actions impacted the people in his life.
I really enjoyed this one, it wasn't hard hitting or anything, but very enjoyable. My grade is a B+.
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