No Regrets

No Regrets Sharon Burke is perfectly happy with her life in Urbana Illinois Her best friend Barbara abandons a cozy marriage to live with Andrew her exotic California lover Barbara doesn t want to make the cro

  • Title: No Regrets
  • Author: Fern Kupfer
  • ISBN: 9780670824595
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sharon Burke is perfectly happy with her life in Urbana, Illinois Her best friend Barbara abandons a cozy marriage to live with Andrew, her exotic California lover Barbara doesn t want to make the cross country trip alone, so she asks Sharon to come along and help with the driving Along the way, Sharon and Barbara discover the depth of their friendship as they learn aboSharon Burke is perfectly happy with her life in Urbana, Illinois Her best friend Barbara abandons a cozy marriage to live with Andrew, her exotic California lover Barbara doesn t want to make the cross country trip alone, so she asks Sharon to come along and help with the driving Along the way, Sharon and Barbara discover the depth of their friendship as they learn about each other and themselves No Regrets is a poignant tale of middle age, love, and deepening relationships.
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    • Susane Colasanti says:

      Fern Kupfer is an insightful, reflective writer who observes the profound in the mundane. Her portrayal of intimate relationships is raw and relatable. I first read this book years ago, and loved reading it again for the 80s throwback feels.

    • Cynthia says:

      How can I write a review of a book I read for my book group back in December 1994. I was half-crazed with a nearly two year old daughter who did not speak, but sang, and a four year old daughter who knew everything.So I sort of recall discussing this book with some of the very best, most intelligent people in my life, but not really. So I will give it three stars and move forward with my life.

    • Daniel says:

      A bit of a throwback to earlier times. Enjoyable.

    • Eileen Leith says:

      I enjoyed this book however at times I felt there was too much extraneous information in it. I felt like the book could have ended 20 pages sooner. There was a dinner near the end of the book (this is not giving anything away) and the author mentions two male characters in particular that are eying each other. It really had nothing to do with the plot and was irrelevant to the whole story.

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