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My boss let me borrow this book and what a compelling read! This is a story of two mothers facing loss. One mom lives in a wealthy section of Santa Barbara, CA. She is married with one son. The other mom is single with two teenage children – one boy and one girl. She struggles just to make ends meet. These two women become acquainted through a common tragedy. The contrast in how these families cope with loss is a peak into human nature. In places the book even captures some typical real dialogue among “Church” women. Other themes coming out strongly in this book are love and true forgiveness. I like that it all happens as it does in real life as a process. We aren’t always at the place where we want to forgive immediately – sometimes it happens over time. I read this book in two days. It was hard to put down. I only did when I had to. This book would appeal to all ages. I highly recommend it.

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