“Raine said: 3 stars
This was a nice, fluffy romance for a hot summer day. It's a book about a woman who finds herself and her husband at a crossroads in their marriage and decides to put herself first, something that she has never done. I liked the characters and the friendships and also the family interactions portrayed in the book, but I thought that the main character Elizabeth was kind of whiny, and quite frankly, she was her own worst enemy. After awhile I really didn't care what she did. Even her best friend Meghann was giving her realistic hints of how to solve her problems but she didn't take them.
Elizabeth's husband Jack is a former NFL player who was injured and now he has a new job in New York making tons of money and being on TV every week. Elizabeth can't decide what to do with this situation, and to me it was pretty stupid. It may be because I am past this stage in my life. There are two choices in a situation like this: get divorced or work together on a solution that makes both parties happy.
I'm not going to tell what happens but Elizabeth could have used some therapy along with her friendships.”