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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

A Girls Guide to Moving On by Debbie Macomber | Review

A Girls Guide to Moving On
by Debbie Macomber

Debbie Macomber is very popular and has been around
for a long time for a reason. Her books are wonderful.
She is a terrific writer. I cannot imagine where the
characters come from. They are always different.
Her stories don't seem to have a formula that she
follows all the time or anything. A Girl's Guide to
Moving On is exactly that. Storytelling at its best

Nichole and Jake have a child, Owen. They are divorced.
Leanne is Jake's mother. She is divorced from Jake's father,
Sean. The two women are very close. They support each other.
They each know where the other has come from. And Leanne
loves spending time with Owen. They live in apartments
across from each other in an active area of Portland.

The story is told from each of the women's viewpoints. It is 
the story of moving on. Just as the title says. I won't give 
away any more.  I will only say that its a wonderful story.
Its well written with a readers flow. Terrific characters.
As we all are, they are humanly flawed. I do recommend
this story to anyone, though I guess it does speak to 
women better.

I appreciate being able to get this copy from NetGalley.


This review is written by Lisa Hutson





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