Kristan Higgins writes contemporary romance novels. I used to think they would be all fluff. And I used to be so wrong. I have enjoyed each of her novels and ALWAYS THE LAST TO KNOW is no exception.
Barb and John have been married for fifty years. They’ve been plodding along and after this many years you aren’t surprised to find they have become pretty bored with their lives. It’s become a mundane life. But that all changes when John has a stroke. Put the brakes on. Stop the presses. Everything changes on a dime.
Barb and John have two successful adult daughters. One leaves her career to return home to help with her dad. The other begins experiencing panic attacks as she looks at her seemingly perfect life.
You are about to find out what’s really been going on inside the Frost family. Both heartbreaking and hilarious, ALWAYS THE LAST TO KNOW is smartly written with characters you just can’t help but root for.
Kristan Higgins is the NYT bestselling of 19 novels. She just keeps getting better and better.
My digital review copy was provided by Berkley Publishing House, a division of Penguin Randomhouse in exchange for an honest review. It’s a real keeper.
Copperfish will have paperback copies sometime next week. Pub date is June 9.