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"New York Times" bestselling author Barbara Delinsky presents what could be her most stunning book yet. "In the spirit of "Kramer vs. Kramer", sociologist Delinsky's new novel explores the drama and pain unleashed when affluent parents battle for the hearts, minds, and custody of their kids".--"Publishers Weekly".
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Claire Raphael is a true woman of the nineties. She was the perfect helpmate while her husband, Dennis, built his career and the perfect mother when it came time for their children. She managed all this while transforming a furniture hobby into WickerWise, a thriving business that has grown into a nationally franchised success.
For women of the nineties, however, success does not always come without its price. Claire has become the primary breadwinner in the family, taking the pressure off Dennis's failing investment company. But Dennis sees things differently. Arriving home one night after a grueling business trip, Claire is served with divorce papers that claim abandonment of Dennis and the children--and he is suing for custody. Her world is shattered.
Caught between a vindictive husband and a censorious court, Claire is about to be punished for doing it all and succeeding. She turns to her longtime friend and business partner, Brody Parth. In Brody she finds the understanding and tenderness that are missing from her marriage and the strength she needs to fight for her children and her dignity.
About the Author
Barbara Delinsky, a lifelong New Englander, was a sociologist and photographer before she began to write. There are more than 30 million copies of her books in print.
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