I expected more based on the description but this book was nothing more than a Harlequin romance, which was actually the livelihood of one of the two main characters.
I'm in the middle of Disc 2 and will return this book tomorrow. I found Kathleen's attitude toward her diagnosis of breast cancer annoying. Before she even got the results of her surgery, she had herself buried. The book is boring -- I keep waiting for the story to start and after almost two discs, it hasn't grabbed me. Glad it's a rental and not a purchase.
Anita is an excellant writer and you can just picture the characters and places that she writes about. I did enjoy the book---and it shows that there is "grace" before we totally ruin our lives. That even though we do bad things, there is forgiveness and changing is possible--- before all of the consequences are dealt out. And that we don't get all of the consequences that we deserve. Also a great story of mentoring each other, the older and younger and vice versa.
Good rainy weekend book. Issues including death of a child and cancer and handled in a realistic fashion.
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