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    The Good Wife

    Where to start about my thoughts on this book. To be completely honest I hated the first half the book, before Sarah arrived back in Florida, just as her husband is picked up by another MLB org, in San Fran close to her family again. This is where I felt to story started, in Mama's Cafe, and even then I felt the author was taking me down a dangerous path with Boone in Alameda with Lauren and Sarah still in Florida dealing with the packing and selling of their home before joining Boone in San Fran. As I read I found I really only enjoyed a select few of the characters Jane Porter developed in this novel,that would in present day, Boone, Boone's teammate and friend Chris,Lauren. Lauren's sister and her husband Mathieu. As for the rest of the characters I didn't see a reason for them, or all the different story lines, this book can spin in so many directions to that, there could beb10 spin offs just from this one book. I'm giving this book a three star because of that reason, the rest of the story is your basic chick lit, but with Athlete Baseball Players.
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