Finished this tonight. I loved this book. The character of Les was so believable and I could relate to her so well. The other people in her world, Wes, Harlan, her children, all seemed like real people. They have flaws, hopes and dreams. They exhibited change over time as they came to terms with their situations. Excellent characterizations.
The plot is that Les has been married for 30 years and has finally decided that she has had enough and needs to do something for herself. The story is told from her perspective and her husband’s. There are current time visits to the marriage therapists and then reminiscences from Les and Wes’s life.
Wonderful story with themes of family, change, friendship, and love. I will definitely read more by this author.