The superficial perfection of lawyer-turned-venture capitalist Jennifer Adair’s life is shattered when a family tragedy forces her back to her hometown. Away from her wife and family, she must reluctantly reconnect with the woman who put a humiliating end to her first love affair.
When Jen’s ex-lover, Laura, pushes to reignite their relationship, Jen struggles with juxtaposition of her fragile, falling-apart marriage against a smoldering decades-old passion. Even with the knowledge of her wife’s recent infidelity, and her own fading feelings about their marriage, Jen stands at a crossroads, unsure of the right way forward.
(Un)finished is a deeply moving portrait of love, loyalty, family, betrayal, and trust that will keep you guessing to the end.
FROM THE AUTHOR
"(Un)finished is the story of three couples, really. It's the twenty-something first-time girl-on-girl closeted love affair between Jen and Laura that ends in heartbreak. It's the two decades later passionate marriage between Jen and Mary. And it's the re-ignited forty-something temptation between the mature versions of Jen and Laura. Which relationship is finished or not? This is the underlying tension that drives the plot of the novel."
Jennifer S. - (Un)finished is the first novel I’ve read from Kim Hoover and I was not disappointed. I really enjoyed the pacing and the characters. The novel switches between past and present which seemed appropriate for this novel. I enjoyed this story and would recommend.