Mar 20, 10
Read in March, 2010
If one could overlook the predictability of the novel, it would definitely be a five-star read. The author needs HIGH marks, however, for all the content that is within the covers of the novel. Wiggs did an EXCELLENT job of expressing the conflicting emotions that one goes through in divorce, particularly the apparent victim of the two parties involved. Wiggs also did an EXCELLENT job of all the concerns that one faces with a pregnancy, along with the almost-undefinable love that a mom has for offsprings. Wiggs did an EXCELLENT job of exposing the barriers to overcome in securing trust in a second relationship, as well as the difficulties faced when consideration is given to combining families.