Beth’s company makes lingerie for pregnant
women which causes an uproar. While I didn’t understand
why it would cause such protests and scorn, it is one of the
main plot points in the story and in a way glues it all together.
Rinaldi takes the reader into each of the
women’s lives separately and when they are together
at work or socializing. It is a complicated story about complicated
women, and at times I found myself having to backtrack to
review their various relationships.
That said, it’s a good thing I was intrigued
enough to do so, and I’m glad I did. This was ultimately
a satisfying read, definitely chick-lit, and with a late June
release date would make a great beach read.
The author’s first book “Maggie’s
Plan” was made into a movie, and the author notes that
her director friend, Rebecca Miller wants this book to be
her next movie!