“With its fruitful examination of betrayal and forgiveness, Ashenburg’s engrossing latest should appeal to fans of Nora Ephron.” –Publisher’s Weekly

Her Turn is a heartfelt comedy whose accomplished breeziness nevertheless portrays a complex protagonist going through a momentous season of mid-life growing pains as impulsive choices and ethical lapses trip her up.” –The Toronto Star

“Ashenburg writes candidly about a complex character. . . . Liz is never shamed for wanting love, sex, or companionship, although she often goes about it the wrong way. None of the characters are written off as easy ‘bad guys,’ not even Liz’s ex-husband or his new wife. . . . A look at betrayal and forgiveness that nicely balances humor and depth.” —Kirkus Reviews

“[A] Nora Ephron-esque comedy of social manners.” —The Globe and Mail

“…Ashenburg, a witty but humane author with her own acceptance of the human comedy, [weaves] some hilarious moments into a novel that has serious things to say about the need to move on with one’s life…. She has created a fallible but likable contemporary heroine struggling with the need to forgive in order to heal.”  —Vancouver Sun

“This portrait of a contemporary woman (set firmly in 2015) is a striking analysis of journalism, adultery, divorce, parenting teenagers, and caring for elderly parents; perfect for fans of Emma Straub.” —Booklist