My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I started this book for a book club I belong to and wasnt sure it was my type of book. But every chapter brought me deeper and deeper into the lives of the Richardsons and the Warrens. Two separate families entwined. While the Richardson were well off, with 4 children and living in a grand house, the Warrens (Mia and her daughter Pearl) were the opposite – living day to day, job to job.
Mia was also living in a house owned by the Richardsons so their lives became mixed with each others children becoming friends. But as I read along I found the many secrets of both these families and how it doesnt matter how big your house is or how rich you are – it matters what type of person you are, how you communicate with each other and the compassion you have for each other.
A great book that I am looking forward to discussing at my book club.
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