Roz is desperate. She’s lost her business, her parent’s nest egg, her husband to another woman and her child is acting out at school. If that wasn’t bad enough she’s two weeks from being evicted. So when a possible solution presents itself, Roz jumps on it without really considering possible consequences. So begins the first mistake and from there they snowball until Roz’s life spirals out of control.
Perhaps, Daly should have named it, ‘All the Mistakes I Made.’
Despite the fact that Roz’s actions set matters in motion, and she only spends the briefest of time being remorseful before she moves on to the next silly choice she’s still a character that you can’t help but root for. A page turner and read in one sitting kind of a book. Can’t wait until the next one.