The "New York Times"-bestselling author who delighted readers with her Hot Flash Club series returns with this vibrant novel in which two women struggle to rekindle a childhood friendship damaged by harsh words, betrayal, and the passing years.The "New York Times"-bestselling author who delighted readers with her Hot Flash Club series returns with this vibrant novel in which two women struggle to rekindle a childhood friendship damaged by harsh words, betrayal, and the passing years.Read Less
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Not one of Nancy Thayer's better books. It was enjoyable and easy to read - good holiday reading - but I didn't really feel gripped by the rather mundane plot; she has written much better books - her next one "The Summer House" had so much more meat in it and unusual twists.
Publishers Weekly, 2008-04-07 Childhood friends Clare Hart and Lexi Laney work toward reconciliation in this bland novel by The Hot Flash Club author. Lexi wants to leave stifling Nantucket, so when wealthy Ed Hardin proposes marriage, Lexi seizes the chance to live a life of off-island luxury. But after 10 years in a lonely and adulterous marriage, Lexi divorces Ed and lands back on the island seeking to repair the relationships she left behind. As Lexi and Clare take steps toward salvaging their friendship, their relationships with men--particularly Lexi's feelings for Clare's fiance--test their loyalty. Unfortunately, Thayer's characters are as thin as a worn beach towel, and the phoned-in prose does little to make up for the contrived plot twists that dominate the final act. (June) Copyright 2008 Reed Business Information.
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