Kendall was caught up with Colton, a quintessential womanizer who wanted Kendall back into his life. Rachel was in search of the perfect job and trying to figure if Preston was the man for her. Sasha was a party girl who couldn’t seem to settle down. All three enjoy a great sisterhood of partying, making time to laugh and being there for each other.But they were tested once illness and other health scares placed them in a situation of mistrust. I enjoyed the story and the scenes with all three friends. The dialogue was realistic; however, the characters could have been a bit more developed. Also, there were plotlines that didn’t come full circle and I wanted to see closure to them.
Overall, it was a good read.My favorite lines:
Kendall’s cell phone rang. The tears blurred her vision. “Who’s calling now? I can’t answer it.” She eyed the caller ID. “Oh, it’s Sasha. I better answer it.” She grabbed some Kleenex from the box on the table and then hit the send button on her phone.”
Colton stood at the door hanging on to her every word. He wondered if Sasha was going to tell Kendall about their secret.
Hey, girl, you sound funny. Is everything okay?”
“I’m okay.” She wiped her eyes again and glared at Colton.
“Girl, I was just checking on you.” She paused.
“Sasha, hold on.” She muted the phone. “Colton, why are you still here? Get out!” she yelled.
Rating: 3 stars