Sarah Harvey has come through with another terrific novel - funny and light, but keeps you on your seat nevertheless. Harvey proves yet again that she can develop characters that you get into, with dialog that is clever yet realistic. (Pet peeve - authors who can develop good story lines, but stink with dialog - Harvey consistently excels in this arena.) It's hard to do this story justice - The plot is fairly simple - Fliss, a school teacher, dumps her successful - but obnoxious to the nth degree - fiancé Richard. She gets away from it all, visiting her best friend - where she runs into a hornets nest of complications (to say the least). Coming back to reality, she finds her sister has taken her place as the next soon-to-be Mrs. Richard! If that's not bad enough, a devious, scheming ex of Richard's (Kat) has reappeared, with dubious intent. To wonderfully complicate things, Kat brings along her incredibly handsome, wonderfully intelligent, witty husband Alex. Now, of course, you know ultimately where this is all going to go - and it does indeed go there. But Harvey is adept at spinning an enjoyable tale (and does an admirable job of making me almost believe that two fabulous people like Fliss and Alex would have ever given the time of day to the likes of Richard and Kat!) Well worth the read - and read the rest of Harvey's while you're at it.