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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Prime Time by Jane Wenham-Jones

Laura Meredith is a 40 year old divorced mother of one. Her husband's affair with a younger woman did a real number on her self esteem and confidence. She saw herself as ugly, fat and old.  Her midlife crisis sends her along a path she never saw coming.  A chance to renew herself and be the woman she wanted to be.  During this midlife crisis, she finds out her best friend's husband was having an affair with a woman at work. She is desperate to prevent their marriage from going the same path as hers. Laura goes to some pretty extreme measures to make herself beautiful in her own eyes and she just might find love. After all she's in her prime.


I found this book delightful. The message is such a terrific one for women of all ages.  Be who you are. You are beautiful.  It's heartbreaking, funny and full of wonderful writing.  This book is a real look at women today and just what they deal with. The way they perceive themselves.  Jane Wenham-Jones did a beautiful job of capturing just what millions of women the world over deal with every day.  


The only problem I had with this book is there was almost no romance. It was more of a last minute thought.   


I gave this one 4 out of 5 books because it seemed a little too devoid of romance.



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