A charming, relatable, laugh-out-loud women's fiction read perfect for fans of Susan Mallery and Jill Shalvis.
On paper, Sadie Landry has it all. A successful husband, a beautiful house on the sea, and an adorable toddler and another baby on the way. But on the inside, she's suffocating. A stay-at-home mom, Sadie feels she has lost her sense of self amidst diaper changes and preschool interviews. When Sadie almost burns the house down baking for her son's birthday, she thinks she might have finally lost her mind.
When Renee Rhodes happens upon her young neighbour in distress, she offers to do anything she can to help. After all, with an ex-husband who ran off with her daughter's kindergarten teacher and a daughter away at college, she's forgotten how nice it is to care for someone. Renee immediately gravitates to Sadie -- perhaps because it feels so refreshing to be needed again -- but also because Sadie reminds her of someone else who has lost her way: herself.
A laugh-out-loud relateable story of two women finding friendship - and themselves - just when they need it the most.