A compelling, nuanced story about surviving our pasts, facing our futures, and sustaining friendships.
Daisy Shoemaker should be happy with her life. She has a thriving cooking business, a full schedule of volunteer work, and a beautiful home in the Philadelphia suburbs. Her teenage daughter can be a bit of a handful, her husband may be distant at times, her work can sometimes seem trivial, and she has many acquaintances, but no real close friends. However, Daisy knows she has it really well. So why is she awake at night?
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While Daisy tries to figure out why she feels so dissatisfied, she’s receiving emails meant for a woman who shares her name. While Daisy drives carpools, Diana chairs meetings. While Daisy’s cooking dinner, Diana’s planning to reorganize companies.
“From the bestseller author of Big Summer, comes another timely and delicately twisty novel of intrigue and the transformative power of women’s friendships.”
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Daisy’s simple, unglamorous, single-girl life is miles away from Diana’s glamorous and sophisticated life. An apology followed by an invitation leads to friendship between the two women. But, as they got closer, we learned that their relationship wasn’t entirely accidental. Who is this other woman, and why does she want Daisy?
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