Girls’ Weekend by Cara Sue Achterberg

I received the Kindle version of this book from NetGalley in return for an honest independent review.

Which character do you relate to?     

My rating:  4 out of 5     


A great story about Dani, Charlotte and Meg who decide to have a Girls’ Weekend away by the sea, leaving behind thGirls Weekendeir husbands and children.  However when it is time to return they all decide that just a weekend is not enough.

If you have ever thought about “running away” from your home and family, think it’s time to re-invent yourself, or re-discover the real you, then read this first.   As Dani, Charlotte and Meg consider the way their lives have turned out, and whether they have any right to be unhappy about it, so they discover that the lives of their closest friends are not quite as they thought.

This is not always a comfortable read, but it is very real and completely engrossing.  Reading it on Kindle I did not realise how near the end was, and was horrified to “turn a page” and find the Acknowledgements.  Not because the story wasn’t finished, it was, but because I was so involved in the three lives that I couldn’t believe there was no more.  I wonder what Dani, Charlotte and Meg are doing today.

“There are no mistakes, only lessons to be learned”  Cara Sue Achterberg

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