“Fun, flirty and fabulous...I devoured this read!” ―Stephanie Evanovich
Meredith Altman’s engagement to Wesley Latner ended in spectacular disaster―one that shattered her completely. Years have passed since then, and now she’s about to marry Aaron Rapp, a former Ivy League football player, and baby-saving doctor.
As they celebrate their engagement at a new TriBeCa hotspot, Meredith is stunned to find the restaurant owner is none other than Wesley, the man she is still secretly trying to forget.
When Meredith learns that Wesley has been diagnosed with ALS, her feelings about their past become all the more confusing. As she spends more time with Wesley and is pulled further under his spell, she discovers what kind of man her new fiancé really is―and what kind of woman she wants to be.
“In That's Not a Thing, Friedland has created a delightful and generous novel about the type of love that never leaves us and the people we hope to become in the aftermath.”
―Laura Dave, international best-selling author of Eight Hundred Grapes
Jacqueline Friedland holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania and a JD from NYU Law School. She practiced as an attorney in New York before returning to school to receive her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College. She lives in New York with her husband, four children, and two overly pampered dogs.