Yeah, pretty much, Jodi Picoult. Her books tend to be largely the same. Keeping Faith has all the elements – moral quandaries, relationship troubles, fierce mothers, legal battles, and handsome men hopelessly in love with the protagonist. I read it because I was at my parents’ house and I didn’t have my books with me, and I needed something to read for a while. And then of course I got interested and took it home to finish it. As I say, it was much like all of Jodi Picoult’s other books. Always entertaining but not generally worth rereading.