The Miller sisters are close despite their differences. Stella, the oldest, is a single mother discovering love again with a divorced client. Tara is a successful scriptwriter adapting to life as a newlywed. Holly, the youngest, struggles to overcome her shyness at work and around men. Their whole familial framework is shaken when their devoted mother, Rose, reveals on her fortieth anniversary that she's fed up with her husband's philandering and is leaving him. Kelly interleaves the heartbreaks and triumphs of the four Miller women, effortlessly capturing the challenges women face at different stages of life. Readers will find it easy to relate to the engaging, realistic characters. Though the novel treads on some heavy territory--including divorce, adultery, depression, and alcoholism--it never becomes overwrought, and the happy endings don't seem tacked on. Kelly offers a refreshing, honest approach to romance that readers will appreciate. Aleksandra KostovskiCopyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved
"It's easy to see why Kelly is such a success.... She has a gift for revealing the humor in life's most challenging moments."
-- Kirkus Reviews