Friendship, love, and forgiveness....
The Maxwells and the Popes have been friends forever. The women were college roommates, their husbands are partners in the same law firm, their kids have grown up next door to each other, and the two families share both vacations and holidays.
Like Wisteria Lane, the "perfect" suburban street of Desperate Housewives, all is beautiful and serene - until an accident forces these close neighbors to look beneath the surface. And when their idyllic lives are unexpectedly shattered by a moment that can never be erased or forgotten, their faith in one another - and in themselves - is put to the supreme test.
In this moving, unforgettable story, Barbara Delinsky exquisitely captures the depth and complexity of the human heart as few writers can.
©2006 Barbara Delinsky (P)2011 Simon & Schuster Audio
This was a great story and I will not hesitate to purchase other audio books from this author. The narration was well done and I liked how the male voices sounded masculine and the women's voices didn't all sound the same. What bothered me though was that you could hear the narrator swallowing almost after every sentence or pause and it even sounded at times like she had a candy in her mouth. If you are grossed out by other peoples spit (sorry for the rude word!) you may want to either skip this one or listen to it through speakers - the sounds may have been more noticeable since I listened to it with my itouch.
I really like Delinsky's books, I've read many. This was my first Delinsky audio book and the narrator is AWFUL!!! So awful that I do not intend to finish this book, I just can't stand her voice.
I'm not big on stories about infidelity and this one was so unrealistic.
I will never by choice listen to Rosenblat again!
Could I get my money back?
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