This was a nice story where mental illness is an underlying factor. That's not all it's about, but it's a big part of it.
In the beginning Toni is left at the altar at her engagement party (she should be glad to be rid of that monster-in-law) and loses her career because of a newspaper story that is run, on the front page. The story is talking about a mental health facility and interviews her mother who she hasn't seen for 23 years.
With no where to go, she heads back to her hometown and learns a lot of secrets and a lot of lies.
This story was very well told and the author did a good job with the characters and the portrayals. I highly recommend this book!
Thanks to Atria/Strebor books and Net Galley for providing me with this free e-galley in exchange for an honest review. I found it highly entertaining and was glad to have the chance.