I adored the character development and deep descriptions of feelings and moral-internal conflict. Sophie is a well rounded character with flaws that make her seem more approachable than she already is. Tristan has deepth and his confusion is understandable; Alfie is sucha a sweet kid, even if he's just led by the conflic between his parents. My favorite character might very well be Minette, with her meedling and sneaky ways, the woman is truly admirable. The book is just great.
There's nothing wrong with the writing or dialog, but the "hero," Tristan, has absolutely no worthwhile traits, and spends his time threatening and browbeating his ex-wife. It's completely implausible to imagine any forgiveness, love, or marriage between the characters. DNF.
This book had no romantic connection between the h and H. They literally hated each other 80% of the story , not in a romantic way but in a hateful way. There was no build up to romance there was no romantic thoughts at all. 90% into the book out of the blue he kisses her and the next day they’re married. End of study . Total waste of time
Stories through out the entire story. Thank goodness for interfering old friends, who know you better than you know yourself that can save you so much grief in the long term. Some how this story was able to hold my interest and surprise me clearer as could be.