Lisa and David divorce, and on rebound, Graham seduces Lisa, then dumps her. A now insecure Lisa enters clandestine relationships with Jacob, a younger man and Ryan, a one night stand. This makes Lisa's son Hugh, seek refuge with a religious group.
In desperation, Lisa turns to friends she trusts totally - Ruth, Hope & Trish. Unknown to Lisa, Hope has an affair with Graham while Graham is still going out with Lisa, falls pregnant and gives birth to Kimberly.
After Graham and Lisa split, Hope also splits with Graham and goes after Lisa's new younger boyfriend Jacob. Matters come to a head when Lisa discovers the betrayal and in her attempt to deal with it, coming as it does on top of exhaustion and emotional distress, (because of looking out for her terminally ill sister) Lisa suffers a temporary breakdown which is wrongly construed as attempted suicide by the church people. This makes the church people more determined to separate Hugh from Lisa.
Now Lisa has to carefully navigate single parenthood to get back her son's trust. Lisa's nagging mother comes into the fray purporting to look out for her divorced daughter, to instead, cause mayhem and confusion.
Can Lisa stop her one night stand trait? Is she able to have a reasonable and mature relationship with her ex husband? Can Lisa accept and deal with the pain of a heartbreak and open her heart to find the right man for herself?
Who is the right man for Lisa? Is it the married man? Or the young lover? Or the one night stand or her ex husband?
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Tried to get into this book just couldn't.
This is wriiten in a style that I am having much difficulty following. Maybe it is a cultural thing, but I learned more about what was actually going on in the book by reading the detailed description than I was able to make out after 4 chapters of reading the book. There may be a good story in there, but I'm not sure it is worth it to me right now.
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