Eve and Jon seem to have it all, a wonderful son, Jacob with a baby due in a few months time. But, when Eve overhears Jon on the phone during Thanksgiving dinner her whole world crumbles. Laney happened. Eve makes everyone leave and confronts Jon, who admits to having an “emotional” relationship with Laney over the past year. He doesn’t see this as cheating because it never once got physical, although he “has love” for her.
This book was very thought provoking. My husband and I discussed it, and I was with Eve’s friend Lil. I thought that an emotional relationship was worse than a physical one, and it would be harder for me to forgive. I was happy with the ending and how the author brought you to it. She also left the possibility of a sequel – I for one would love to know more about what happens with Uncle Charlie.
This is the first book that I have read by this author, but I really enjoyed it. Once again I want to thank Miriam Parker of The Hachette Book Group for sending this to me for review.