They talk about Dr. Rank, who Nora says is sick. Kristine suspects that he is the man that Nora borrowed the money from, but Nora tells her that he is not although she thinks he likely would give her money if she asked for it since they are such good friends.
Sep 14, Sarah Joint rated it really liked it A little creepy, slightly unnerving, and a bit crazy. Here's a great fall read. This one kept me reading. Lots of things I liked, a few I didn't, but the story is strong. Just when I started to have doubts, it delivered one of the strongest endings of anything I've read lately!
Corinne I mentioned this fact in updates for the book as I read She's a ball of nerves and was actually stressing me out as I read. Some of this is due to her hormones: They both desperately want a little one to love and care for.
Corinne has a hard time, feeling envious of mothers and saddened when she feels they're taking their children for granted. She still remains hopeful as they start their third round of treatment, but suddenly her fertility isn't the only thing she has to worry about. She finds a little tiny chimney pot by her door.
It looks almost as if it came from her beloved doll house her father built her and her sister when they were children. She takes it as a good sign, encouragement from her father who has passed on.
Then she finds another bit she recognizes Ashley Ashley is a busy mother of three. Her husband makes good money, and she only works a part time job as a little break. Her oldest child is smack in the middle of her terrible teenage years, her son is a little wild but probably the easiest to handle, and the baby girl still isn't sleeping through the night.
She dotes on them all, leaving little time for herself. Husband James seems to be home less and less, making the gap between the couple wider and wider.
She begins to worry about where her hubby is spending his time, just as she begins to get strange phone calls where no one says a word. Could it be another woman? I had a few problems with the characters There also seemed to be a lot of screaming.
It's mentioned that Corinne and Dominic aren't married because they cannot afford it, but they're trying to have a child and Corinne didn't take her job seriously at all.
That part didn't seem to fit. I also found myself wishing she could do something, anything phone the police or the locksmith, for example on her own, but she was very reliant on him. Despite my hang ups with the character, I really appreciated the story and how it ended. This is a strong book and I think a lot of people will really love it.
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