** The Most Fun We Ever Had by Claire Lombardo

The Sorensons seem to have a perfect marriage in The Most Fun We Ever Had, burdening their four daughters with an unattainble idea of coupledom–but of course the reality is much more complex, if hidden and in many cases buried in the past. The daughters, meanwhile, have various issues with their mates, children, lost children, and the big fat lie that one is attending a law school that, in fact, did not admit her. When a son given up for adoption resurfaces, chaos ensues in a torrent of emotions, fraught conversations, and much drama. There are more birth scenes, hospital scenes, and jail pickups than family members!


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