Even though these three 50-something women are best friends, none of them are aware of each other’s “secret”. Each character deliberates at length about exposing themself to their friends (and, in some cases, family), but these secrets do not come out for most of the book.
I had known even before I read the series that the last book, Breaking Dawn, had caused a whole lot of controversy among the Twilight fans, though I hadn’t really known why. Now that I’ve finished reading them, I decided to go looking to find out why people disliked it; here’s a really good summary of most of the major “problems” that some readers have with Meyer’s ending to the story.
Honestly? I rather liked it.