finished reading...

A nice tasty treat between some of the heavier mysteries I've been reading lately. One of the reasons I picked it up is because it's an upcoming movie. I wanted to read the book before the movie but I've seen previews and could picture the actors as I read.

So, to the book: Rachel is the straight-arrow central character. Her best friend, Darcy, hosts Rachel's thirtieth birthday party and that fateful night sets in motion an exploration of friendship, true love and loyalty. There are a lot of holes in the plot and a lot of cliches, but the cast of characters makes up for it. It's a good fantasy and fun escapism. It's not challenging literature--it's a beach read.

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