Some friendships are meant to last forever. Nicknamed the four musketeers since they met freshman year of college, Anna, Kat, Erin and Barbara's friendship spans over 15 years. Known as the tough one, Anna's only dream was to escape her mother's kitchen by setting the fashion world on fire. An ambitious executive for one of New York's oldest department stores and engaged to an up-and-coming politician from an affluent old school family, her life's dream seems to be coming true until Barbara and her husband are in a car crash sending Anna's world into a tailspin. When Anna makes a deathbed promise to protect Barbara's daughter, with the help of her friends and the baby's handsome godfather, Anna faces her greatest challenges. Learning how to care for a baby who can't stand her is only the beginning.
This is the first book that I've read by Chris Keniston, but it won't be the last. I was immediately drawn into the story about 4 girls who became best friends in college and continue to be best friends over the next few years. Even though they live far apart, they are still a big part of each other's lives. When a tragedy occurs to one of them, the others rush in to help. Working together to come to terms with the death of a friend and the baby she left behind, these girls realize that they didn't know everything about their deceased friend. Secrets that were not supposed to ever be told come to light and decisions must be made about what to do.
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What a wonderful story of friendship, love, heartbreak and family. I absolutely loved these ladies. The all have a very unique personality.
It was sad to have such tragedy, but it brought the musketeers back together. Anna had the most to learn from the experience. And I think she came out the biggest winner in the end.