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“[Green] has a soothing voice. It is a pleasure to listen to her as she brings the characters to life.” – Record-Courier--This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
JANE GREEN is the author of twelve bestselling novels dealing with real women, real life, and all the things in-between, with her trademark wisdom, wit, and warmth. She writes a daily blog and contributes to various publications including Huffington Post, The Sunday Times, Wowowow, and Self. A foodie and passionate cook, most weekends see her cooking for quests in her home in Westport, Connecticut, where she lives with her husband and their six children.
Loved it!!!! and love j green!!! As usual read it in a few days read tempting fate in one day I look forward to her next book!!Published 1 month ago by grammie
I liked this story but I felt it drag a little with a lot of the same issues over and over again.Published 2 months ago by mel & matt
In Another Piece of My Heart by Jane Green takes us into the blended family. How would the relationships in the family affect the people involved? Read morePublished 3 months ago by Writer's Corner
This was a great read that's a page turner. It kept my interest while nursing my daughter in the middle of the nightPublished 3 months ago by Lindsay Daprile
Being a romantic at heart, I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. I would recommend Jane Green's books for all to read.Published 4 months ago by Ann T. Plopper
I did not want to put this book down. The story line was exciting and held my attention. I can't wait to read more of her books.Published 5 months ago by S. Beard
Good solid story, although somewhat predictable. The characters are all very stereotyped. Quick read. Classic Jane Green great for the beach or vacation. Like a lifetime moviePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
This selection was recommended by another book club member. It was an good bed time read, and interesting web of family dynamics and interaction but quite predictable.Published 5 months ago by Elizabeth F. Hoffman