I was visiting my parents for a few days and found myself without a book (how did I let that happen?) so I picked this up.
This is essentially a Lifetime movie and I would have preferred to just spend two hours watching it on TV instead of two days reading it, but it was enjoyable nonetheless. The writing is nothing stellar, especially after just finishing Barbara Kingsolver's "The Lacuna" (stunning!) but the story is engaging. I liked that Hannah gave two sides to the issue and you could sympathize with everyone involved. No villains, just people. Decent read if it's what you're in the mood for.