If you like them smart and hilarious, this is your book.
Sue Ellen Wright, another Pleasantville Perfect character, thinks everything is going just as she planned. Her career is solid and fulfilling, and so is her marriage. Her kid is near perfect as well, and just about to fly the nest.
Then. (There's always a Then.)
She finds out her husband is having an affair, and her kid has wrecked his life. So, she packs everyone up and takes them to a Greek island for a month in hopes of fixing everything. There's a lot of Sue Ellen's past on this island, and some of the past might just be what can fix the present. Or maybe it will just completely wreck the whole thing. Only time will tell, but a Greek island is not a bad way to pass the time.
Grant Grinder is one of my favorite writers; he's edgy, but his insights are sharp and funny and he "is a master of simultaneously loving and filleting people who mean well, but...aren't doing so well with the big questions of life." says David Ebershoff, author of The Danish Girl.