I've spent a lot of the week reading, but the reviews won't be published for some time. I enjoyed most of them and they are on NetGalley, so if you want them...
Two girls in the same class come down the measles. The one who gets sick first has not been vaccintated because her parents don't believe the vaccines are safe. She recovers without incident. The second appears to have gotten it from the first. She wasn't vaccinated because she was allergic to the vaccine. She gets much sicker and has long-lasting sequelae.
I was interested in this book because one reason some parents don't vaccinate (and it is the reason in this book) is fear of autism, and I have an autistic son. I also have a daughter who I had to decide to vaccinate, or not, after I knew about his autism and after I knew about the vaccine theory.
The prototypical "beach read" except that the setting is a lake house rather than a beach house. Get the family together at the family vacation home, secrets are exposed and healing happens.
Falling in love with a one-night stand, but taking almost a year to do so.
I've read other Nicole Baart books, most of which were published by Christian imprints. This is published by Atria, a general market publisher, and is published as "women's fiction". I'm looking forward to it and I think Baart writes beautiful prose.
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