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message 1: by Creative (new)

Creative Seriously? You are sideing with the openly selfish neighbours? I read some other reviews and surprisingly they do see sara as the envious neighbour. Am i the only one who sees sara as the naive victim here?

message 2: by Amanda (new)

Amanda Lawrenson I'm not on the side of gav and lou either, but sara was a willing victim with a definite sting in her tail. She had no qualms about the intent to cheat yet was devastated when she realised her safe hubby had. I agree this was a great read let down by the abrupt ending.

message 3: by Roberta (new)

Roberta Griscti I read the book and I felt that both sides have a part of us all in them. I like the arty neighbours gav and lou for being fun far from boring sexy and a part of us that we all wish to keep alive yet they were dark by being not so true to their values and roots ... by often neglecting their family roles . Sara on the other hand is so bored with her life she needs excitment , she sucks and takes all she can from Lou trying to become her , she is very jealous of her friend lou .... i don't like sara she let's her low self confidence take over and is jealous I don't like lou either she is toxic and selfish

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