Friday, 4 March 2016

Review: A Girl's Guide to Moving On

A Girl's Guide to Moving On A Girl's Guide to Moving On by Debbie Macomber
My rating: 4 of 5 stars


I have read several of Debbie Macomber's books before, this one seemed a little bit different to her usual style so I thought I would delve in and see what happens, most of her books have been linked to series before.

We have a Daughter in law and the Mother in law.

The daughter in law, Nichole finds out that her husband is cheating. She's not going to put up with this, although she has a young son, a job, and is a volunteer so leads a busy life, she decides that is nothing for it but to move on.

The we have her Mother in law Leanne who has been stuck in her marriage putting up with her unfaithful husband for years.

_ This made me think _
Two generations both dealing with the same problems but the difference in the generations show, don't they? The younger woman won't put up with it, so left, the older woman put up with it.

Now that Nichole has given Leanne the strength to realize that life can go on. That's exactly what they both do.
They make a girl guide list to survive.

As time goes on and things happen in both their lives and each meet a man, this can be a serious issue as both of them do not want to open their hearts again.

This is a very good story of two women moving on from a terrible relationship but showing, there is life after a horrible marriage. Why stay?

I thoroughly enjoyed this read, its nothing like this author has written before and made a great change, I hope she writes many more in this style.

* My thanks to Ballantine Books via Net Galley for an early copy to read and review *

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