Truth? I thought this would be a bit of fluff to pad around my other reading, but it surprised me by having a lot of depth to it. I really liked the story length for a modern day fairytale and thought Kerrin's dilemma was relayed in good punchy narration. What didn't quite work for me was the scenes where she told her daughter the story as a fairytale. There was a loss of connection from the rest of the story which I can't really explain. Good story though.