A whimsical road trip helps three women sort out their relationships
Sometimes, where you think you're going isn't where you end up...
On Sale: April 26, 2011
Featuring: Ruth; Bethanne Hamlin; Annie
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Women's Fiction Contemporary | Romance Contemporary
In the middle of the year, in the middle of her life,
Bethanne Hamlin takes a road trip with her daughter, Annie,
and her former mother-in-law, Ruth. They're driving to
Florida for Ruth's 50th high-school reunion. A longtime
widow, Ruth would like to reconnect with Royce, the love of
her teenage life. She's heard he's alone, too . . . and,
well, she's curious. Maybe even hopeful. Bethanne herself
needs time to reflect, to ponder a decision she has to
make. Her ex-husband, Grant—her children's father—wants to
reconcile now that his second marriage has failed.
Bethanne's considering it . . .
Meanwhile, Annie's out to prove to her onetime boyfriend
that she can live a brilliant life without him!
So there they are, three women driving across America. They
have their maps and their directions—but even the best-
planned journey can take you to a turn in the road. Or lead
you to an unexpected encounter—like the day Bethanne meets
a man named Max, who really is a hero on a Harley. That's
when Bethanne's decision becomes a lot harder. Because
Grant wants her back, but now there's Max . . .
From Seattle's Blossom Street to the other end of the
country, this is a trip that could change three women's
1 comment posted.
Re: A Turn In The Road
Debbie Macomber used to be my favorite author, but in recent years she's been replaced by others like Susan Mallery, Sherryl Woods, Susan Wiggs, and Robyn Carr...however with a Turn In The Road Ms. Macomber has again become a favorite.
I loved that she took three generations of women and allowed them time away from their families to focus on their own needs and personal growth.
As I read I could see how each woman's history even though so very different affected their presents, and how those presents were viewed through different perspectives gave hope for happy futures.
I believe that A Turn in The Road was one of the books that I've enjoyed the most this year.
(Sandi Shilhanek 9:28am June 8, 2011)
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