I agree! I found this book thought-provoking as well. What Alice Forgot is also one of my favorites. I identified with the main characters of both books and reading them helped me understand myself, my husband, and my children better.
So probably checking this out soon! I read it in and still think about it from time to time. Also loved What Alice Forgot. Your email address will not be published.
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Comments I agree! Trackbacks […] I Like My Life […]. Brady had grown up in a religious household but, over time, lost touch with those roots.
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