Returning home after her father dies, Emma finds that after having been away for sixteen years, some things, like feeling at home and connected to her neighbors horses, especially Jack, hasn’t changed, but her relationship with her childhood friend, Jillian, seems it will never be the same.
This book seemed very light hearted and sweet for the first 3/4's of the book. For a romance, it has a very unusual ending, but I like being surprised and I don't need the same kind of ending to every story. This was the first Jane Green novel I've read, but will add her other books to my TBR list.
Yes. This is a fantastic book. Each chapter is sort of a motivational-tell-all essay. Honest and enlightening. I always want to read an inspiring memoir type book every year and this one was super. I love Shonda Rhimes and enjoyed several seasons of Grey's Anatomy, so this one made me curious.
Loved the back and forth contemporary and historical perspectives, and I always enjoy reading fascinating journal entries. The tension built right up until the end and my heart is still racing from reading the last third of the book. Highly recommend this one.