Family Affair by Caprice Crane

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BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Caprice Crane's With a Little Luck.

When Layla Brennan married her high school sweetheart, Brett Foster, she finally got the big, loving family she’d always wanted: his. Now she’s closer to Brett’s parents than he is, partners with his sister in a successful pet-photography business, and confidant to his younger brother. She couldn’t be more of a Foster if she’d been born one. There’s just one problem: Brett wants a divorce. Stunned and heartbroken, Layla turns to the Fosters for comfort, only to realize that losing Brett means losing them as well. What else can she do but sue him for the most valuable thing he’s got– namely, his family. Breaking up may be hard to do, but for Layla and Brett it’s even harder to undo.

Fresh, funny, poignant, and brimming with insight into what makes modern families tick–and what can blow them apart–Family Affair proves that in love and war, everything’s relative.


About Caprice Crane

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Caprice Crane is the author of several novels for adults, including Stupid & Contagious, Family Affair, and With a Little Luck. Confessions of a Hater  is her first YA novel. Born in Hollywood, she divides her time between LA and New York. 
Published October 13, 2009 by Bantam. 370 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Coming-of-age comedy meets Gen Y love story in this tale of a rough patch in a young marriage, made worse by the wife's extremely close connection to his family.

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