It is certainly not a book I could've read four years ago or even two without hurting, but I was able to read it without pain this week.
Would love to hear your thoughts if anyone's had a chance to read it.
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If all you wanted was love, why would you use me up, cut me down, build a boat and sail aw
But the review and the author sounded so upbeat and interesting, I thought I'd give it a try.
childofcheater - I don't know if I liked it either. I think the title was misleading and really, I felt the couple were dealing in the present with the infidelity, not how they came through it, kwim?
For the first few years after Dday, I couldn't find the concentration to read at all and I have been an avid reader all my life so I'm really enjoying the ability to read is back. I'm reading so many different types of books now, but just not sure this one warrants the good reviews or the description the author is providing in her interviews.
That said, it was an enjoyable book (though I agree it would be very triggery for someone less further out from DDay).
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