This book started out So-So for me, kinda slow, and a lot of jumping back n forth in time. But I stuck with it and in the end I loved it. Definitely one that has potential to make you need some tissues.
I finished this in one day. On the surface it‘s a story about Sabrina and her 30th birthday dinner with her theoretical dinner list companions - her list of the 5 people she would most like to have dinner with. I went into this thinking that it would be a light, fluffy read. Then I was concerned that i wasn‘t going to like the main character. I ended up being wrong on both counts. It‘s a story of love, loss and beautiful second chances.