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I particularly loved the part where Finnie finally had had enough and spilled the beans on all those prim and proper garden club socialites by airing all their dirty laundry.
Below are my thoughts on some of the characters in the book:
Roy.... the cheating, self absorbed husband who learns too late how precious his wife is. Finnie walks in on Roy and Macy naked and going at it on the sofa. This was the last straw for Finnie. She files for divorce. I never did buy Roy's sorry excuse for why he cheated... ridiculous is all I'll say. I couldn't understand why the author painted him in sympathetic light. He was not misunderstood ... you don't get your wife's love by cheating. Not happening.
Macy was the garden club president, supposedly Finnie's friend
Josh .... what a great character. Every woman needs a Josh in her life. Josh is attracted to Finnie but he is 10 years younger. It's nice 'watching' them come together as a couple. Josh is loyal, faithful, loving and caring, not to mention gorgeous.
Then there's Quentin, a country singer who not only is good looking but has a voice and demeanor that lures the ladies. His path to success was fast... too fast. His quick rise to stardom had him falling just as fast. Finnie is the one who saves him. She refused to give up on Quentin when everyone else cast him aside.
And Skyler???? Don't care for her sob story. I didn't like her. She was one of the women who was bedded by Roy. She knew exactly what she was doing. She chose to be with a married man. Her excuse also was ridiculous . Poooor thing, she only needed someone to love her. (sarcasm). Personally, I would have much rather seen Josh end up with Royanne (Finnie's daughter) than that adultery loving Skyler.
Cathyanne .... she might have meant well but she needed to keep her nose out of Finnie's business. She was controlling and manipulative.
Sooooo, with all these characters, and many more, entangling themselves in Finnie's life, it's to her credit that she was able to climb out of the hole they had dug for her and get her HEA.