Jessica and Aaron have moved from the big city to the suburbs, a place Jessica never wanted to be- she likes the hustle and bustle of the city, and not having a long commute, but their apartment is being outgrown by their family, and real estate in the city is at a premium, and Aaron is seeking greener pastures (or at least a yard for the kids to play in). Jessica is surprised, however, by the neighbors and friends she meets. It's a competitive neighborhood, though, and Jessica is the only working mom (btdt). When she is invited to a mom's only weekend, she sees it as a chance to bond with her new mom friends. What she gets is a pile of surprises, some good, some not so good, and some new big decisions to make.
This is the book I was looking for- it has a great voice, great pace, and so much to relate to and be able to say "I've been there". The characters are well developed and dimensioned, at times likable and frustrating, and I find myself wanting to pick it up again and re-read it, even after only a few days. This book doesn't release until June, so you'll be waiting a while. It's worth the wait.