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Summary

A classic Carole Matthews with a brand-new look.

Two sisters. One important birthday. A year of taking chances.

When twins Annie and Lauren attend their older sister Chelsea's 40th birthday party at the Dorchester Hotel, they wonder why their lives are so different. Chelsea's husband is twirling her round the dance floor, while Annie's husband has gone fishing and Lauren's lover is at home with his wife and children.

Annie and Lauren decide it's time to make a change and turn their lives around, it's time they starting living for again. But have they left it too late? It's now or never.

©2010 Carole Matthews (P)2010 Hachette Audio UK

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This book felt like it was really drawn out - constant repeats about fish/fishing. It seemed to really slow in the middle then rushed at the end. I felt the author made Annie and Lauren seem way beyond their years the way they were described, yet they are only 39. It was narrated as if they were in their late 60s to be honest. I did enjoy it and listened to it right to the end but I'm not sure I would recommend this one. Love Carole Matthews but this one wasn't for me 👍