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The Good Woman (2012)

by Jane Porter(Favorite Author)
3.87 of 5 Votes: 3
0425253007 (ISBN13: 9780425253007)
Berkley Trade
Brennan Sisters
review 1: I have read so many Jane Porter books that I loved and I really wanted to like this one. And did, until Meg had to go and cheat on her husband.I can tolerate most anything in a book but cheating is not one of them. I basically skimmed the whole book after that and finished it. I am giving it 3 stars because it's written good and I can't wait to read the next in the series but just can't tolerate the cheating.
review 2: 'The Good wife' centers on the eldest daughter of a tight knit Irish Catholic family based in San Francisco. Meg is a complex character given to putting huge pressures on herself to be what everyone expects her to be. Meeting the needs if others is of a much higher priority than her own needs and as the oldest daughter it has become habitual from
... more childhood to so. Her shoulders become a place of self-inflicted burden placed by high expectations established by her parents, her husband and children...even her sisters.The book opens with a glimpse of her unmet needs within her marriage. Her work life is going very well and she is both an asset and dependable in the extreme to her employers. She has a bit of a crush on her boss Chad Hallahan and the Author paints a vivid picture of a handsome, built, charismatic man. (Frankly I'd go for him...LOL!!! less
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A mundane story that didn't ring true, and I abandoned it near the end.
I loved everything about this novel!
Just an easy chick lit read.
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