“Together Alone” by Barbara Delinsky

“Together Alone” by Barbara Delinsky
1995, Avon
ISBN: 978-0-06-171354-5

“Together Alone” by Barbara Delinsky centers in on the stories of three friends. These women are each faced with choices that require them to look at the most basic of life situations and once the decisions are made propel each of their lives in dynamic directions.

Emily and Doug’s daughter is going to college. Now, Emily’s attention turns toward her husband who has become a workaholic. At the heart of their relationship is a grievous ache that has never been solved or healed.

Kay is a teacher. She is involved in many activities related to school but is confused as her husband begins asking her to look at their relationship in a new way.

Celeste is a single mother. Her daughter, too, is going to college for the first time. With the need to totally focus upon her daughter no longer there she thinks that she would like to have a relationship. The question, though, is who?

This is a page turner you won’t want to put down. I enjoyed this book.


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