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I've been reading Susan Isaacs books since I was a young woman.
This being said at some points in the story I was a little bit confused, or just wasn't sure what was really happening (since I'm unfamiliar with it) Anyway.
I read this book to the end, fully expecting much more to happen with the plot, but no big surprises here.
I have been a fan of Susan Isaacs for years but I have to admit that I was a bit disappointed in this particular offering. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
Not my favourite novel by this author (try Long time no see or Lily White), but if you like pleasant characters (or funny unpleasant characters) this is ok. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ElenaDelfina
It wasn't a book I finished and said, omg that was fabulous, but it did hold my interest and I was surprised and disappointed there wasn't more. Nicely drawn character developmentPublished 5 months ago by sdbookie
Gloria needs to pass her multi-million dollar business to one of three Grandchildren, who she has ignored for nearly all of their lives. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Wallaby
I read about 2/3rds of this and couldn't bear to read any more. Not at all interesting and with characters that are so unlikeable you wonder why anyone would even write about them. Read morePublished 6 months ago by S. Roemer-Schmitt
Susan Isaacs is a fast read but not memorable. Like her when I am in need of a profundity break.Published 7 months ago by eviejean
Gloria, the main character, was an interesting, ambitious and rather unusual woman whom I found difficult to admire, even toward the end when she mellowed a bit. Read morePublished 7 months ago by R. Goldberg
I WAS VERY DISAPPOINTED , THIS DIDN'T EVEN SOUND LIKE ISSACS , LIKE SOMEONE ELSE WROTE THE BOOK , I LOVED HER OTHER BOOKSPublished 8 months ago by sally bugg-bowles