I'm a big fan of Jennifer Weiner to begin with. Her writing style is easy to get into, and her stories flow well. This story involves the lives of four women, told from the point of view of each woman as they endure their own challenges but are wound together with the lives of the other women. I enjoyed this book; it may be my favorite of hers thus far. The ending was a little more neat and tidy than I think was realistic, but I suppose that's part of why we suspend reality to read a good book. Overall, very enjoyable.