Pub date: May 5, 2021
Mark your calendar for this title’s release date if you enjoy women’s fiction. I found myself looking to spend time with Sophie, Adelaide and Regina (and their dual timeline) whenever I had a few minutes or more to spare.
There are many books about female friendship, marriage, new relationships, family history and conflict. What made this one a bit different was that the protagonists all are connected with the Army. Readers are there as partners are deployed and those left at home are expected to cope with matters big and small. Where are the needed supports through everything from miscarriages, to unexpected pregnancy, to graduate school, to parenting twins and much more? Readers will hope that the three women successfully navigate their stresses and joys of their lives and that they are able to maintain their friendships.
There is a book club theme in this title as well. This adds some fun to the novel with the different meetings and suggestions of what to read. I left with some new ideas for my TBR pile. All in all, a good read.
Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this title. All opinions are my own.