Edie C · Fiction · In the Library

A Turn in the Road | by Debbie Macomber

A Turn in the Road by Debbie Macomber
(Mira, 2011, 333 pages)

What a cute read!  A Turn in the Road by Debbie Macomber is one of those books to just sit back and enjoy – there is no brain function required but it is still entertaining.  The main character, Bethanne, is 6+ years past her divorce.  Her adult children are split on whether or not Dad should be back in their lives.  As the reader, you feel like it’s probably going to happen, until Bethanne, daughter Anne, and mother-in-law Ruth, all head off across country to get Ruth to her class reunion in Florida.  At this point in the story, there is a turn in the road and the reader has to get to the very last few pages to find out how it all turns out.  Fun!

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