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The ending was a bizarre crash as though the author had to hurry to meet a deadline!!
Good book, but disappointing ending. Reminds one of Gone Girl and Girl on the Train!
I enjoyed the book immensely up until about 1/3 toward the end. When she starts talking to the cat and the cat answers she about lost me. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bookworm
Turns out I had read this book previoiusly, but I read and enjoyed it again. Anne Rivers Siddons is my favorite author. I've read all her books.Published 3 months ago by Beth Gurley
Ugh I'm so mad I wasted time reading this! Unsatisfying ending. I didn't like her writing style but came to care for the characters so I slugged through only to never really find... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
An ok read but not as good as she normally writes. You know how the book ends early on.Published 4 months ago by Rebecca Hook
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I am pretty confused too. I am a fast reader- I like to skim new books to find out what happens and then reread them at my leisure, so I could be WAY off base here.
I *think* Cam cheated on Lilly w/ Peaches when he was at Edgewater without her, hence his "I'm sorry, can't be... Read More
Aug 13, 2008 by M. D. Mulhern | See all 25 posts