All We Ever Needed by Emily Giffin is a novel about mistakes, forgiveness, growing, and self-discovery.
Let me preface this review by saying I love Emily’s clever mind and I have been a big fan of hers from the beginning with Something Borrowed.
While I enjoyed this story and found it quite relevant in today’s society, it didn’t conclude in any memorable way.
I know every ending shouldn’t be tied up in a bow, but it needed just that extra little nudge to leave the reader with just a little more finite HEA.
The story unfolded and flowed very nicely and the main characters were likable and relatable.
My only wish was a clearer HEA.