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on January 11, 2011
Marilyn Brant has a way of writing where you see bits and pieces of yourself, if not thinking she must have been spying on you because that is YOU in the book.
This time we have three friends, and they meet every Friday morning at a coffee shop. Tamara is the outspoken one, her only child having gone off to college and her husband traveling extensively. Bridget feels like she isn't appreciated at home, but at the dentist office where she is now a part-time receptionist she feels worthy. Jennifer has never gotten over her college boyfriend. All feel stuck and maybe the grass is greener on the er side.
During one Friday conversation they discuss maybe having affairs. Each goes on their journey of love and discovery. Each with their own tale to tell.
My only complaint is the women on some level were a bit shallow, especially with each other. I never really felt a connection between any of them, which I really wanted.
I can't wait to see what Marilyn Brant puts out this year!