PICTURES OF YOU Tragedy leads to complicated love as a widower and the woman who accidentally killed his wife are united by a grieving child looking for an angel. Compassion and a delicate narrative voice lift Leavitt (Girls in Trouble, 2003, etc.) over many if not all the hurdles of sentimentality in this heartstring-tugger, set in Cape Cod, that's shaped by loss and yearning. Photographer Isabelle Stein
Review: Pictures of You Two women fleeing their marriages collide on a fogshrouded Connecticut road. A nineyearold boy, his father, and the woman who killed their mother and wife are left behind to deal with the repercussions of a tragedy that spread outward like ripples on a pond. That premise teems with possibilities that Caroline Leavitt explores with deftness and consummate sensitivity in this, her ninth novel ...
Good love story with not so good ending I was very disappointed in the ending. The story was very touching! :)
LibraryThing Review This story centers around two couples, a car crash, and a young boy. Two women, April and Isabelle, are leaving their husbands. They crash on a foggy, deserted road and April dies. April's son, Sam
LibraryThing Review I have loved Caroline Leavitt for a number of years and have read all of her books. I was so excited to read Pictures of You and it was very good! The characters are very well developed and I just
LibraryThing Review Two women disillusioned with their lives, and their husbands, are driving on a fog filled road and in a twist of fate they collide head on and one dies leaving behind a young child. This tragic