A second chance to get things right

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She Wouldn't Change a Thing begins from Maria's perspective, in 2010. She's an overworked mother who's expecting a third child. A new patient visits her psychiatry practice and explains that she's returned from the future, and wants to warn Maria. Based on the synopsis, I gather the same thing is going to happen to Maria - she will go back in time (but that doesn't happen in the first 27 pages).

The writing is easy to read and flows well. I don't think the plot is for me, but I can see a lot of people loving this book.

The cover is a cool design for a "sliding doors" type plot - using the reflection in the water to show two versions of a woman.