I have been a long time fan of Emily Griffin books. Having read everything else she has written I was excited to get a copy of this book. I got this book in a swap, and at first I was hesitant to start it- having heard that this book takes a break from her usually forms of written. I quickly learned that it ended up being better than I thought. I love that the setting is Nashville- it’s a great city and having been there I could really picture what was going on. It gives New York City the much needed break.
This gives insight of 2 different families on the path to meet each other. It deals with social media, privilege, racism- basically life right now.
This has Law and Order SVU vibes in the sense of photos getting out of a sweet hometown girl. Her father is of course pissed… and the parents of the boy are throwing money at the problem. This is where the privilege comes in.