The Love Wars

Author: L. Allison Heller            

Publisher:  NAL Trade
Pages:  352
Genre: Fiction
Source:  BookSparks

Goodreads:   Breaking up is hard to do. At least the first few times. 

Even though Molly Grant has only a handful of relationships behind her, she’s already been through more divorces than she can count.

At the premier Manhattan law firm where she’s a matrimonial attorney, the hours are long, the bosses tyrannical, and the bonuses stratospheric. Her clients are rich, famous, and used to getting their way. Molly’s job—and primary concern in life—is to work as hard as possible to make sure they do. Until she meets the client who changes everything…

Fern Walker is the desperate former wife of a ruthless media mogul. Her powerful ex is slowly pushing her out of her young children’s lives, and she fears losing them forever. Molly—haunted by an incident from her own past—finds herself unable to walk away from Fern and sets out to help her. She just needs to do it without her bosses finding out.

Now, as complications both professional and personal stack up, Molly can only hope that her own wits, heart, and instincts are enough—both in and out of court.

Ope’s Opinion:  This story was amazing.  I thoroughly enjoyed the strong female characters.  I liked that the focus was on Molly and her job.  Her personal life was a secondary part of the story.  It was great to see her be so independent.  I don’t think Heller intended to write Molly as an example for young women, but I think she would be a good one!

                                      I read this book at a time when my life was extremely busy and yet it kept my attention.  The book kept calling me back to it!  It was a nice “get away”.  

Rating: Four Chairs – I like this book so much I know several friends to share it with.

                 FTC – Disclosure of Material Connection: 
      I received one copy of this book free of charge from BookSparks. 
            I was not required to write a positive review
                 in exchange for receipt of the book;
         rather the opinions expressed in this review are my own.


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