I generally enjoy Emily Giffin's books as nice fluffy escapes. This one didn't quite live up to my expectations. It was good, and I enjoyed the writing style per usual, but the storyline wasn't as engaging as I would have liked. It was pretty predictable, and while the story of an adopted child seeking out her birth parents is dramatic, the plot fell a bit flat. I enjoyed it enough to see how it ended (and was glad the ending wasn't as predictable as the balance of the book). Good enough but I'm not raving.