By CATHERINE MALLETTE / Special Contributor to The Dallas Morning News
Emily Giffin's Heart of the Matter is delightfully packed with many of the requisite elements of a good chick-lit novel: A handsome husband (Nick) who has an impressive job (pediatric plastic surgeon); a smart, good-looking wife (Tessa) with an Ivy League education; a house in a tony suburb of a sophisticated city – in this case Wellesley, outside of Boston.
Tessa once taught at Wellesley College, but she has given that up to be a stay-at-home mom, where she surrounds herself with tennis-playing mom-friends who obsess about . . .
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