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Carpool Confidential

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From the outside looking in, Cassie Martin's life is storybook perfect. She and her investment banker husband, Rick, have everything -- financial stability, a loving marriage, and a to-die-for apartment overlooking the Manhattan skyline that they share with their two young sons and one stinky but beloved dog. It may not be the height of excite
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Paperback, 432 pages
Published October 16th 2007 by Gallery Books
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Keris
Dec 21, 2007 Keris rated it really liked it
From the moment I heard about Carpool Confidential I was dying to read it (for reasons that will become clear...). Also Meg Cabot highly recommended it on her blog recently and we always listen to Meg!

After 11 years of marriage, Cassie and Rick have an apparently idyllic life that includes two gorgeous kids, a Brooklyn apartment with breathtaking views of Manhattan and a holiday home in Nantucket. But then out of the blue, Rick announces that he's unhappy with the way his life has turned out and
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Megan
Feb 04, 2008 Megan rated it really liked it
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As a stay at home mom, this book hit home! The main character was faced with challenges in her marriage that we all hope to avoid, yet she found her way out with her determination and perseverance. This book made me look at the assumptions I had about my own life and marriage. I've realized that maybe I should keep one foot firmly attached to my career because you never know what life is going to bring you.
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Jul 22, 2008 Rachael rated it really liked it
Fun story about how much adjustment is made to all family members lives when a divorce occurs. The main character sees many of these events as ironic, and adds a really fun, lighthearted voice to a serious subject.
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I'm only halfway through the book and I just feel like kicking Rick in places where the sun don't shine!!
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Such a fun book! The Barry Manilow tie-in is inspired!!
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Total fluff and a great read. I loved it for what it was!
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