Thursday, July 29, 2010

And One Last Thing... - Molly Harper

Lacey Terwilliger just discovered her husband's affair. He accidentally sent his mistress, aka his personal assistant, flowers and had them delivered to his home address. Lacey, quite stunned and in disbelief, hightails it to her husband's office only to witness their affair first hand.

So what does Lacey do? She writes about her cheating husband's extramarital trysts. I forgot to mention, she writes them in his company's newsletters and emails these newsletters to his clients, family and their close friends. Needless to say, this does not go over well and Lacey quickly realizes she acted purely out of emotion. She retreats to her family's cabin to reflect on their marriage and herself. It's there that she meets Monroe, the quiet, loner "I don't like divorce drama" man who encourages Lacey to pick herself up, dust herself off and begin again.

And One Last Thing... is about a woman who acts impulsively out of emotion (and humiliation) and thinks about the consequences later. Despite her irrational decision to write and send the newsletters, Lacey is a woman that the readers will immediately love. Early on it's obvious her husband Mike doesn't deserve her. He treats her more like his girl Friday instead of his wife. By the end of the novel, I liked that Lacey fought hard to gain her identity back and was given a second chance for happiness.

Ms. Harper is a new-to-me author. I enjoyed And One Last Thing... so much, that I'm looking forward to reading more of her books. Highly recommended.

Book details:
ISBN-13: 978-1-4391-6877-6
Pages: 310
Release Date: July 27, 2010
Genre: Chick Lit
Format: Trade Paperback
Source: Publisher

I received a complimentary copy of this book for the And One Last Thing... blog tour. My participation in this tour and receiving a free copy did not influence my review in any way.


  1. This sounds like a good one! I think we can all relate to the crazy emotions that overcome us when we've been hurt, thankfully most of us don't act on them!

  2. Shon,

    You reviewed my previous book (4-stars) and I would like to send you my current book to review. Do you have a contact form somewhere?

  3. Shan-

    Exactly! Which is why I enjoyed this book so much. It was very easy not to judge Lacey. Her emotions got the best of her, but she learned from her mistakes and was able to move on.

  4. Hi Beth-

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm currently writing my review policy, but in the meantime you may email me at Looking forward to hearing from you.


  5. Sounds like a lot of fun! I think we can all remember doing something impulsively that we came to regret later. I love the cover too!

  6. I have been wanting to read this. Thanks for the great review!