In “All We ever Wanted” by Emily Giffin, a single dad and an unhappily married mom are thrown together when a scandal breaks out at their kids school in Nashville. In don’t know if author Giffin quite rates as ‘a modern-day Jane Austen’ (Chicago Tribune) but she does have a popular following. “Before and Again” by Barbara Delinsky, is about a women trying to living under an assumed identity after a tragic accident that caused a death. Fortunately for her, her is about to be blown, which will force her back into the flow of life she has been avoiding. And in “Between you & Me” by Susan Wiggs, modern medicine, represented by a high powered doctor, comes into conflict with traditional ways, represented by a single parent.