Review: This is a really refreshing take on the "we have to share a kid" genre. The presence of Preston's fiance lends a twist that keeps things interesting. It's hard to hate her when she's trying so hard to make it work. And, that, alone, keeps you guessing as to how this whole thing will play out. It's well done. The tension between the couple is so well written. Their civility and determination to make the sharing work is frustratingly engaging. You can't help but commend and respect them for trying SO hard. But, at the same time you want to shake them both silly. Rachel does a fabulous job of leading the reader on a merry dance through this couple's tale.
I was given an ARC to review