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A Woman's Place by Barbara Delinsky
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Jan 26, 09

Read in January, 2009

This book was a little depressing. It's about a woman that comes home from a business trip and is served divorce papers from her husband and while she was gone, he arranged to have full custody of her children. The book is about her fight through a corrupt court system to win her children back. I was looking for a "light" read after my last few books, but it was depressing to know that some parents have this battle when divorcing. Not a light read!
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Mary-Frances I agree- I thought it would be a quick and easy and it was kind of like watching a car wreck. You did feel sorry for her, but honestly there wasn't enough character development before you needed to feel sorry for her.

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