First Comes Love by Emily Giffin My rating: 3 of 5 stars I've always been an Emily Giffin fan, especially after reading Baby Proof and thinking, hey, that's me! I read The One and Only last year and hated the book so much I did actually throw it across the room. So I had some reservations going into this book. Nothing surprised me about the book, once I started reading it. I could see where it was heading, but that didn't mean I hated the ride.Two sisters, at odds with each other, still dealing with the ramifications of a long-ago tragedy. The alternating chapter structure (where each sister narrates a chapter), worked in emphasizing the complexity of close human relationships – sometimes we just don't understand each other, even when trying our hardest. I had moments where I wanted to shake each sister and say, "Hey, wake up and exercise some authority in your own life," but overall it was an enjoyable summer read.Thanks to NetGalley for an eARC in exchange for an honest review. View all my reviews

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