Book summary: When We Fall


Ready for a fresh start, Allison Parker moves back to her hometown in the New York suburbs with her ten-year-old son. City life has lost its allure since her husband Jack’s untimely death. She’s ready to focus on her art career—until she’s befriended by a local mom, the seemingly perfect Charlotte Crane, who also happens to be the wife of Jack’s best friend from summer camp.
Once, Charlotte thought she had it all: a devoted husband, a beautiful little girl, and enough money never to have to worry. Behind the façade, though, lies a strained marriage and a fractured relationship with her sister. Her new friendship with Allison is a welcome development—but soon she can’t help seeing her own life through Allison’s eyes, and the cracks in her polished surface become impossible to ignore.
As Allison heals from her loss—even wondering if she might be ready to date again—Charlotte feels more distant from her loved ones than ever before. Their emerging friendship seems to be just the antidote both of them so desperately need—until everything falls apart…

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