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It just might be. I love this book like no other, and I can't say why.
Laurie Colwin was just great overall; Goodbye Without Leaving, for example, is almost as good. Read more
Easy read, good story, written in a voice I love to hear/read. First of her fiction books I've read and I'm still a solid fan.Published 9 months ago by drumrgrrrl
I discovered this book some time ago and am still surprised no one has bought the film rights. Each of the four main characters is so carefully crafted. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Von Thyrring
I loved this book the first time I read it and I love it still. Holly taught me that is okay to be eccentric.Published 11 months ago by Susan A., Hoge
The story begins by introducing the reader to Guido Morris and Vincent Cardworthy, third cousins and best friends. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Laurel-Rain Snow
This is my most reliable comfort read of all times. I'm not sure Colwin would appreciate that, but it's true.
All the characters are well-drawn and interesting. Read more
I decided to buy all of her books for myself so I can read and re-read as I want to. She creates the best characters and her writing is exquisite.Published 18 months ago by Kristin Gourley
I first read excerpts of this enchanting story in Cosmopolitan magazine years ago. I like the excerpts so much that I bought the book. Read morePublished on February 23, 2012 by Maria Theresa
How I adore Laurie Colwin -- and how much I miss her writing these days! I re-read this novel after decades away from it and my goodness, what a delight it was. Read morePublished on December 22, 2011 by Bibliophile