As If Love Were Enough
As If Love Were Enough is a novel about the intense bond between two very different sisters who lose each other for a long post-childhood period then come back together under odd and arresting circumstances. The author tackles some big themes--organ transplants, infidelity, divorce, God--but it is the small moments, the spats and furtive phone calls, that give the book its heart and core.
Fleming tackles some big themes--organ transplants, infidelity, divorce, God- but the novel is propelled by a series of small moments, spats and furtive cell phone calls, that have the sound and feel of conversations overheard. -- Robert Ito, Los Angeles Magazine