When Lucy discovered that her charming, cheating husband was dying, she came home, opened up his little black book, and decided she wasnâ€™t going through this alone. After all, Artieâ€™s sweethearts were there for the good timesâ€”is it fair that Lucy should have to manage the hard times herself? In this wise, wickedly funny new novel, Lucy dials up the women in Artieâ€™s black book and invites them for one last visit. The last thing she expects is that any will actually show up.But one by one, they do show up: The one who hates him. The one who owes her life to him. The one he turned into a lesbian, and the one he taught to dance. And among them is a visitor with the strangest story of all: the young man who may or may not be Artieâ€™s long-lost son.For Lucy, the jaw-dropping procession of women is an education in the man she canâ€™t forgive and couldnâ€™t leave. And as the women find themselves sharing secrets and sharing tears, they start to discover kindred spiritsâ€”and even something thatâ€™s a lot like family. But Lucy knows one thing for certain: the biggest surprises are yet to comeâ€¦.Full of heart, Bridget Asherâ€™s unforgettable novel is about mothers and daughters, fathers and sons, and the deep friendships between women. Itâ€™s about sweet liars and tenderhearted cheatersâ€”about loving those we love for reasons we canâ€™t always fully rationalize, and about the sort of forgiveness that can change someoneâ€™s entire life in the most unexpected and extraordinary ways.