For fans of Eleanor Brown’s The Weird Sisters and Liane Moriarty’s The Husband’s Secret comes a smart, wry, and poignant novel about reconciliation between fathers and daughters, between spouses; the deep ties between sisters; and the kind of forgiveness that can change a person’s life in unexpected and extraordinary ways. @goodreads
https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1362976337 4 STARS
I loved reading about the characters in this book. They are all related, but their lives are so very different.
gave birth to three daughters, Esme, Liv, and Ru. Not long after she
leaves their father Nick because of what he is.. can't tell you about
Esme's husband Doug leaves her and their daughter Atty for
another woman. Their world is totally ripped apart as you can imagine.
Liv has problems with drugs and alcohol after getting a divorce from her third husband.
Ru gets engaged, then runs off to Vietnam to do research.
They all come back together at Augustus home after hurricane Sandy causes a lot of problems, needless to say.
This is a story of the lives of women and family finding each other and finding things they have lost.
It was very poignant and had it's moments of comedic relief.
When all things seemed so impossible for these women, things fall into place and works out for the better.
would like to thank Netgalley and Random House Publishing Group -
Ballantine for giving me the opportunity to read this ARC in exchange
for my honest review**