Maggie is about to get married to the man of her dreams. Everything was going perfect. The one thing she didn’t plan was passing out during the ceremony and waking up in the hospital. Oh, no, it would seem that she ruined the wedding. But her mother and her “fiancé” don’t know what “wedding” she’s talking about because the two are already married. What?! Yes, they married 3 years ago, and Maggie has no memory of any of it or the last 3 years of her life. And when did she get so old and fat?
Nothing makes sense to Maggie, especially the part about her having an affair with Riley, a paraplegic in a wheelchair. Maggie would not have cheated with Riley, even if he was cute, funny, charming, and the only one getting her through this difficult time. Funny that she never realized how horrible her husband was. Surely her husband could not be lying about Riley stalking her. So who was lying: Walt or Riley?
In this quirky tale, we follow a confused woman as she stumbles through her old life and finds her way back to where she belongs. An enjoyable read with lots of twists you won’t see coming.
My rating: 5 stars