Those We Love Most by Lee Woodruff
My rating: 1 of 5 stars
About a quarter of the way though, I realized this was going to be a DNF. Why? This book felt a little as though the author was trying to work something out for herself, and there was a little bit of "kitchen sinking" (where the problems the four main characters are having are neither surprising nor terribly interesting, but put there because someone has to be having this sort of problem to make the plot go forward).
The loss of a child does cause major disruption in a family and in the interfamily relationships, and had the individuals been slightly less predictable it might have been a better book.
ARC provided by publisher.