One thing that Emily Giffin does well is write about real life situations. She doesn’t sugar coat the bad stuff. She brings it up to the forefront. It’s in your face, you have to deal with it.
This being said, this book was exactly what I was expecting it to be. Now whether that is good or bad, I’ll let you decide that part.
I enjoyed the story, if a bit predictable. I’ll admit, there were a few spots in the book that were hard to read, I’ve been through similar experiences, and it makes stuff like that hard to read.
Overall, the book is readable snd relatable, so if you’re interested in it, give it a shot…