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By Lorna Landvik

The ladies of Freesia courtroom are confident that there's not anything reliable espresso, delectable muffins, and a powerful shoulder can t repair. Laughter is the glue that holds them jointly the basis of a booklet crew they name AHEB (Angry Housewives consuming Bon Bons), an unofficial membership that turns into even more. It turns into a lifeline. conserving on via 40 eventful years, there s religion, a lonely mom of twins who harbors a negative mystery that has condemned her to residing a lie; gigantic, appealing Audrey, the resident intercourse queen who is familiar with that with strong posture and an angle you will get away with whatever; benefit, the shy surgeon s spouse with the face of an angel and the personal hell of an abusive husband; Kari, a sensible girl with an excellent giggle who understands the best presents seem after lifestyles s fiercest storms; and eventually, Slip, a tiny spitfire of a girl who isn t afraid to seem hassle directly within the eye. This stalwart workforce of neighbors depicts a distinct slice of yankee existence, of stay-at-home days and new careers, of kids and grandchildren, of daring beginnings and moment probabilities, during which the facility of forgiveness, knowing, and the superbly timed snort healthy is the CPR that mends damaged hearts and shattered goals.

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Faith shut her eyes and dozed for a few minutes—it had been a long day and she was tired—but she was startled awake by questions. What would she do if the power stayed out all night? Would she and the twins freeze? What about all the food in the refrigerator—would it spoil? Would the hot water heater go out? She got up, determined to find a flashlight and investigate whatever there was to investigate. Through the picture window, she saw movement in the dark snowy night. Pressing her nose to the glass, Faith saw that more than the power was out—so were several neighborhood kids.

This cancer thing—could we survive something that seemed so grimly devoted to taking one of us away? “I remember you had a miniskirt,” I said to Slip. “We bought it together in the kids’ department of Dayton’s. ” I doubt she was the five feet she claimed to be, but still, Slip was the one you called when you needed help moving something heavy, the star acrobat in the neighborhood circus, the one who daily used the chin-up bar lodged in her son’s bedroom doorway. Slip had hard, defined muscles before it was fashionable; she ran back in the days when people thought you were either crazy or being chased, and became a vegetarian when the rest of us were sawing into porterhouse steaks and thought a pitcher of strawberry daiquiris satisfied our daily fruit requirement.

Audrey had to laugh. “Twiggy, honey. ” He certainly hadn’t been thinking of where her weight fell in the current fashion curve that morning, when he’d pulled her to him, pushing up the fabric of her nightgown until it was a lacy roll around her waist. Audrey had been in the middle of a dream about her grandfather’s backyard garden, the place of some of her happiest childhood memories, but she was always welcoming of Paul’s advances and kissed him hungrily. ” Paul didn’t turn around to acknowledge her little Mae West impersonation, but skipped off to the bathroom to shower.

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