I will honestly admit though, that I had a hard time getting into the book at first. I think it was in part due to the fact that I have a hard time sitting still when I have mounds of housework to do, but also because there are several narrative point of views in the book and it took me a bit to sort all the characters out. But, once I conquered that problem and found myself sitting a lot while feeding a baby, I was able to get into the story and really enjoyed myself.
Again, as I have said before, I love it when there is an ensemble cast of characters and you get to hear from them all. I especially liked the characters Rae and Connie. Rae because she is a mother and I found her instantly relatable in that sense. And Connie, because she is so full of self doubt that it reminded me of myself and made me question why I am that way. Love it when a book makes you look at your own life in a new light.
All in all, it was a lovely read.