Diane decides she wants to spice things up and bring another man into the relationship. The man she choses is her best friend, Tom. Matt her boyfriend never wanted this, but didn't want to lose her. In the end, it's something both of them regret.
Diane become pregnant and after spiting Matt one night and sleeping with just Tom, Matt says the baby isn't his. He of course knows that isn't the truth, but he's been hurt deeply. When Diane leaves, Matt doesn't come to her begging for her to stay. She now only has Tom. Tom has agreed to step in as the baby's father, but does Diane want more? More for herself and her baby, does she want a family?
At first this was a hard story to read. I wondered how someone could be so selfish. Diane has ripped this relationship apart at the seems. I felt so bad for Matt, he truly cares, but has been so deeply hurt that you wonder if the pain can ever be healed. The relationships in this book are all close, but have flaws and it is real family dynamics that take place. The what if's are real and come to closure. I liked that this book didn't leave me hanging, but I wouldn't have liked to have seen the before parts of Matt with Alyssa and Diane breaking them up. I wonder what happened in Diane's life to make her so mean and thoughtless. She truly is a child in an adult body.
The book didn't take long to read. It flowed well and built up to a great ending. I'd rate this book 3.5 out of 5 stars. Mainly because I'd like to have had more to the back story.
For Jenny, this wedding is the moment that she has dreamed of since a little girl. Saving her money at a young age knowing that she would stop at nothing to get the dream wedding that all girls wish for. She's pulling out all the stops and getting carried away with her planner and shopping. What happens though when Prince Charming starts evading things and their sex life goes to the pits? Jenny wants to know what is going on, but can she handle it all?
This book has some life shattering moments in it. I'm amazed at how Jen takes them all in stride. I'd be threatening people and probably either institutionalized or imprisoned. Not Jen, she cries and then talks things out, takes care of business, and still gets the shaft in the end.
Warren, a new character in the series, is either incredibly understanding or stupid beyond belief. I don't know how someone can go through so much in a short period of time with a person and still be willing to commit to them. I mean hello?? Not even a freak out from him. So far, he's got it all, could have anyone he wanted, is rich, handsome, built.....your getting the picture, yet he falls for an absolute mess. Guess that's what keeps things interesting.
There is one thing that drove me nutty about the book. The ending I felt sort of came out of nowhere. One minute I'm turning the page to see what happens, the next I realize I'm reading dedications and it's over. That means waiting for the next book. Hope it comes out soon! This book was a quick read and eventful to say the least. It fits well with the first book in the series "Trust". The friendships in this series are all beyond amazing and the men all caring and sympathetic. I would rate this book a 3.5 stars out of five and am anxiously awaiting the next books in the series.
I can’t believe it is only a month away from my big day. I score a line through today’s date on the personalized calendar I received from my friend Megan. She designed the keepsake in my color scheme of white, black and pink and personalized it with pictures of Rich and me. It is a ‘me’ gift that Megan knew I would love. It is something only she would buy since she loves giving people personalized keepsakes. She knows me so well. The calendar is used solely for the wedding, and it has all my appointments written on it.