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Book Review – Saving Grace by Jane Green


Grace seems to have a charmed life, married to a successful writer, a beautiful daughter, a career of her own, a wonderful house, good looks and great friends.

Her husband’s assistant has left, and she hires a replacement, slowly Grace’s perfect life begins to unravel.

Can she find her happiness again?

I really liked this book, Grace is a Brit in America, much like the author, and has a wry take on Americans.

The book covers a lot more complexities than the cover suggests, which is something that often happens with fiction written by women.

Grace’s story encompasses mental illness, cuckoos in the nest, love, trust, friendship, going home and the quest for real happiness.

I don’t want to give too much away, because I want people to read it, but it’s a really good read, just ignore the girlie, simplified cover and enjoy.


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