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Picture Perfect
by Jodi Picoult

Published: 2002-07-02
Paperback : 384 pages
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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Leaving Time, The Storyteller, and Nineteen Minutes...

To the outside world, they seem to have it all. Cassie Barrett, a renowned anthropologist, and Alex Rivers, one of Hollywood's hottest actors, met on the set of a motion picture in ...
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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Leaving Time, The Storyteller, and Nineteen Minutes...

To the outside world, they seem to have it all. Cassie Barrett, a renowned anthropologist, and Alex Rivers, one of Hollywood's hottest actors, met on the set of a motion picture in Africa. They shared childhood tales, toasted the future, and declared their love in a fairy-tale wedding. But when they return to California, something alters the picture of their perfect marriage. A frightening pattern is taking shape—a cycle of hurt, denial, and promises, thinly veiled by glamour. Torn between fear and something that resembles love, Cassie wrestles with questions she never dreamed she would face: How can she leave? Then again, how can she stay?

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  "Picture Perfect"by msharry (see profile) 12/13/11

Interesting story of a woman's struggle to regain her memory and discover the truth about her life and marriage. Depressing but realistic view behind scences of a "picture perfect" life.

 
  "Not my cup of tea"by kathydp (see profile) 08/04/09

Not fond of the two main characters or all their issues. A secondary character, Will, was far more interesting.

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