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Deep Down True by Juliette Fay
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Mar 19, 2012

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bookshelves: cozy-reads
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Pleasant, familiar read about a woman/single mom finding her footing after an unexpected divorce. She deals with the reactions of her two children in the form of their changed behaviors (aggression, bulimia), her own reaction to her ex-husband's remarriage replete with new baby on the way, her ventures back into the dating world, and finally finding new love.

Was glad to see the issue of kids acting out addressed. This was all realistic. The re-entry into the dating world though was perhaps a bit humorous, but otherwise not especially real (perhaps). No need to make car salesmen and sports fanatics come off as idiots, and the "true" love that emerges just happens to be a doctor. Too Harlequin for me.

No violence. While I am calling this a cozy read, it does have two non-graphic sex scenes.

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