Reviewed by Meg Massey
Sarah is a marketing executive that’s sick of the hustle and crowds of New York, and is desperate to get out. But when her husband lands an opportunity to teach in the middle-of-nowhere Virginia, she finds herself wondering if this was what she really wanted after all. Soon she finds herself working part-time and trying to find out what she wants to do with her life. And though her husband is desperate to start a family, – especially after Sarah’s sister-in-law gives birth to a beautiful son – Sarah isn’t sure motherhood is for her. And her best friend Mona isn’t talking to her. And on top of everything else, she’s taking driving lessons (at age 36!) because she never had to drive in the city.
Sarah’s best friend Mona has disappeared from life following her move, but steps back in when tragedy strikes. Suddenly Sarah finds herself back in New York, facing not only her friend’s problems, but an entirely new situation of her own. And when Sarah re-connects with her sister-in-law in a way she never expected, she finds herself seeing her life and her priorities in a new light.
Meg lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, Ryan. Library professional by day, freelance writer by night, Meg writes about life, entertainment and everything in between on her blog.
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