Emily Anderson wants her parents back together. But first she has to find out why they were separated in the first place. So she turns to her mother's old diaries in her grandparents' garage.
Lauren and Shane were never married, yet they produced a daughter they don't even know about. Their families separated them for this reason. Now each of them is poised to marry another, and Emily must find them before they do.
While the end of this plot is predictable, Karen has this effect on readers that tells you "it's okay to be predictable once and a while."
The characters are imperfect. Perfect characters are a vice for this genre.
Karen has proved to be a master at this genre, which makes this book worth reading.
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