The Good Woman

The Good Woman

Book - 2012
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Meg Brennan Roberts, a successful publicist, doting mother, loyal wife and self-proclaimed good woman starts to feel burned out and empty until a proclamation of desire from her handsome boss makes her question every decision she's ever made.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2012
Edition: Berkley trade pbk. ed
Description: x, 357 p. ; 21 cm
ISBN: 9780425253007
0425253007
Branch Call Number: Port

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Chapel_Hill_SusanM
Nov 17, 2015

A novel about adultery that doesn't crucify the cheater, sort of like if Anna Karenina had avoided the train tracks. Instead, it's a nuanced story of a struggling woman who thinks she sees a solution with another man, but when she realizes her mistake, she fights for her family. Plus, the relationship between the sisters and the dynamics of a big family add appeal, and sequels.

RobinBartley Dec 01, 2013

This author is so relevant. Loved this book and read it in three days. Couldn't put it down. Quick, entertaining read. Found out there is another book about the same family and have already requested it!

rmwebb Oct 20, 2012

Different story line was what I was looking for. I enjoyed it, not sure if I will continue the series though. The series looks like it focuses on each sister. Overall a good read!

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