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Excellent, Unforgettable, Best of the nest
Very good, thoroughly enjoyed,
Good, Solid, Enjoyed many aspects
STAR RATINGS GUIDE
A Sweet, Sardonic, Fruit Throwing Frolic
💛 I saw Jane snap and it was spectacular. Honestly, I couldn’t have done it better myself. I’m still smiling as I write this. The snap comes early and is the catalyst for the rest of the plot.
💚 Overall this is a playful tale with likable - and some not so likable - characters. I wouldn’t say I related to anyone but I did enjoy most of the time in their company.
💜 The single lost star is for the story dragging a bit at the end.
SQUAWKING THE TALK
🎧 Xe Sands has an uncanny knack for bringing the listener into her confidence. It’s an indulgence, like gossiping with your mate over too many cocktails. This perfectly reflects Jane and the feel of the story. Loved it.
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See Jane Snap
Handsome, successful husband. Adorable daughter. Chairwoman of the PTA. Security for her ailing mom. Jane’s got everything life has to offer. Including the lie that could destroy it all.
See Jane smile. Thirty-nine-year-old Jane Osborne appears to the world like she has a charmed life. Her daughter attends private school. Jane chairs the PTA. Even her marriage to Dan, the handsome, prominent surgeon, is blissfully happy. Her universe is stable, and her future is fixed...just like that smile. Because it’s all a ruse. Unbeknownst to anyone, after eighteen years of marriage, Dan’s revealed that he’s been living a double life and is in love with a man. But for the sake of his career, Jane must keep that secret, secret.
See Jane lie. With their livelihood on the line, Jane agrees to maintain appearances. But soon the weight of Dan’s deception and the pain of his betrayal get the better of her. Something’s got to give.
See Jane snap. Quite publicly. And a bit unlawfully. With brutal honesty, Jane must confront her choices head-on and determine - for herself - if the facade of stability she’s been protecting is worth the price of her own sanity and happiness.
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