After reading four historical fiction books in a row, I needed a genre change. The Other Mothers' Club captures the ups and downs of four women trying to navigate the life of being a stepmother. Eve and her friend Claire start a "club" after she realizes that she doesn't know how to interact with her future stepchildren.
What I loved about this book is that the setting was London and it was interesting to picture these women in that city instead of New York or Los Angeles. I could see this book turning into a mini-series very easily.