Rita’s Review: A Girl’s Guide to Moving On

MACOMBER_GirslGuideMovingOnApples don’t fall far from trees; like father, like son. These idioms hold true in Debbie Macomber’s new book, A Girl’s Guide to Moving On.

Dad Sean and son Jake liked to step outside their marital bounds. Sean dallied for thirty plus years and Jake for five. But the wives were much stronger together than as one, and both filed for divorce at the same time.  Sean and Jake were unbelievably surprised and devastated, and stalled proceedings at every turn. But Leanne and Nichole drew inner strength from each other and started over in apartments in the same building, in a new town, with new faces, new opportunities and new love.  Macomber  writes an inspiring story about strength, friendship, hope and of course, love.

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