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The writing was really good, though the flow was a bit rough in places.Due to the book's length I can see why a lot of people just got bored with it.She meets a man named Morgan that I honestly wondered why he didn't run screaming from her since she was fairy rude to him more times than I count. Happily married with two children, she is her family's doormat. I really wanted more development with his character.

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But it sure took a long (way toooo long) time to get to that point in this book.

I wouldn't recommend this book, but at the beginning of the book I was thinking zero stars and by the end decided it was probably worthy of 2 to 2 1/2 stars. I finished this yesterday afternoon and went back to Halloween reads so I had maybe a 13 hour break if that.

Virginia and her husband Bill can't wait to build their retirement dream home and spend more time with their granddaughter. And if I just stopped my review right there I bet you could guess the happy ending. I kind of hated most of the characters (especially Hope) for the first 250-300 pages of the book.

Nicole is the wild child, tossing her fate to the winds as she sings and parties her way through life. That's a lot of pages to be hating on the main character. And if I just stopped my review right there I bet you could guess the happy ending. I kind of hated most of the characters (especially Hope) for the first 250-300 pages of the book.

If the book had shifted POVs between Hope and Sam that would have made more sense.

Also we still could have been introduced to other characters along the way such as Virginia.

Now a day of reckoning is coming, as each of them confronts a shattering crisis that will change them in ways they couldn't have predicted. With spirit and passion, Cathy Kelly gives us a lively, bighearted novel about friends, sisters, families, love, and all the challenges, joys, and what-ifs of life. The characters are almost insultingly stereotypical. I was bored to tears reading about Hope having no backbone when it I almost didn't make it through this book. That's a lot of pages to be hating on the main character.

The characters are almost insultingly stereotypical. I was bored to tears reading about Hope having no backbone when it came to her husband. You really don't need 300 pages for me to pick up on that. Now let's move this story on and tell me how she deals with it.

"What She Wants" takes a look at a pair of sisters (Sam and Hope) and a widowed woman (Virginia) who are connected to a town in Ireland.

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