Now in My Bookbag: A Girl’s Guide to Moving On, by Debbie Macomber

This is a really good, well-thought-out book! Author Debbie Macomber captures the heart and mind of women to whom marriage has dealt a blow. The way she writes these things makes me feel them too.

The loss of self-worth and confidence, the struggle to process a new role in life, and the hesitancy to trust one’s own judgement in matters of the heart, are all achingly familiar. The journey and evolution of Leanne and Nichole is written exquisitely.

Macomber includes emotional and unexpected circumstances that force each of the main characters to confront hidden sentiments. This book shows that life is a series of moments, each one having the potential to make or break you. The story retains its sense of humor throughout all of the ups and downs. I think this is a delightful read and would recommend it highly. 5 stars

I was given a chance by the publisher to read this book, in advance, in exchange for an honest review. Opinions expressed are solely mine.


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