The Other Woman
DescriptionFrom the New York Times bestselling author of Falling comes a novel about marrying your dream man--and his mother. When Ellie meets Dan, she thinks she's found the perfect man, complete with a loving, close-knit family. Having lost her own mother young, Ellie looks forward to gaining the mother she never had. But first signs of trouble appear when their intimate civil wedding ceremony is transformed into a full-fledged black-tie affair, and Ellie starts to wonder if Dan's boundary-hating mother, Linda, might be a little too involved. As troubles between them mount, Ellie turns to her friends--glamorous Lisa and wonderful frazzled Trish--to help her recapture the independence she once had, and the man she still loves. But having her own child makes Ellie realize that the unconditional, sometimes overwhelming love of a mother is something that can't--and shouldn't--be ignored...
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About the Author
A former journalist in the UK and a graduate of the International Culinary Center in New York, Jane Green has written many novels (including Jemima J, The Beach House, and, most recently, Falling), most of which have been New York Times bestsellers, and one cookbook, Good Taste. Her novels are published in more than twenty-five languages, and she has over ten million books in print worldwide. She lives in Westport, Connecticut, with her husband and a small army of children and animals.
"A warm bath of a novel that draws you in...Green's sympathetic portrayals--resonate."--USA Today "Warm, witty, sharp and insightful. Jane Green writes with such honesty and zing."―Sophie Kinsella, New York Times bestselling author "Her compelling tale reflects an understanding of contemporary women that's acute and compassionate, served up with style."―People "The kind of novel you'll gobble up at a single sitting."--Cosmopolitan "A smart, complex, character-driven read."--The Washington Post "Green's novels consistently deliver believable, accessible, heartfelt, often heartwarming stories about real people, problems, and feelings."--Redbook