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As things spiral out of control with her boyfriend, David, things ratchet up with the wedding guy, Kiran. Anna can't help but wonder if he's infatuated with his memory of her more than her. When David moves out, she decides to take a chance with Kiran.
A once in a lifetime opportunity to see Varanasi, India with Kiran as her tour guide is a chance to begin again. Friendship quickly blossoms into love but both of them see to be waiting for the next shoe to drop. And David sees to it that happens. Can their relationship survive the messy reality or can they escape to Varanasi?
The story is more about the heroine's life. She marries her high school best friend. A great guy that you can't help love, he is kind, thoughtful, etc. About 3 years into the marriage with one child and one on the way it comes to her that he is gay. The signs were all there she just chose not to see them. And, she really loves this guy. He loves her as well but he is not being who he is. They divorce but they stay friends as they raise two children.
She goes to work and sets out to take control of her life. Then she meets David. Oh, you can see this one coming. David is an alcoholic that doesn't think he has a problem. Lots of drama here. But then she meets an old high school classmate that she barely remembers. But he remembers her and he is absolutely unforgettable now. Her adventures with #3 is the heart of the story. A great love story. OMG this guy is unreal. The trip to India was a highlight in the story. I felt as tho I was there without having to experience the "squat"...
Good read, very entertaining and hard to put down. I definitely recommend it.
I loved how Anna's relationship with Kiran began and how it was highlighted that our behaviors in the past do affect our future. What we say and do affects other people. What we may see as being insignificant may be huge for someone else. As a school counselor, I can see how standing up for someone else,not being a bystander, and how those individuals impact the target of a bullying situation is truly memorable and does stay with you. It is meaningful, which is why I understood how much it did mean to Kiran and why he felt so strongly about Anna. I loved their trip to Varanasi. Never having gone to India, Shelly Hickman did an amazing job describing the area in such detail, that I felt as if I have seen it. The descriptions were written in such a way that brought the culture and character of Varanasi to life. It also brought to life how vacations are an escape from real life, but going home we do have to face what and who was left behind. I liked the development of all the secondary characters too and how I really felt like I knew Anna's family and that I would love to hang out with them on game night. How fun when they were all together! There were so many interesting facets to the characters. I enjoyed Luke and Anna's devotion to each other and their kids, and how they were there for each other. Anna and Kiran's relationship was so realistic, the problems, and obstacles that got in their way, and the importance of communication being vital to relationship survival. I could go on and on. I truly loved this book! If you are a fan of stories with heart, rooting for people who are meant to be together, and all the craziness that comes with real life, you will love this book, too. I am looking forward to reading her next book Somewhere Between Black and White!
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