A Turn in the Road
Sometimes, where you think you're going isn't where you end up…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,... show more
Sometimes, where you think you're going isn't where you end up…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.…Bethanne needs time to reflect on a decision she has to make—whether or not to reconcile with her ex-husband, Grant, her children's father.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 to an unexpected encounter—like the day Bethanne meets a man named Max.…
Publish date: March 27th 2012
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Blossom Street (#8)
This was typical Debbie. I loved it! I can always count on Debbie Macomber to write a really good, memorable read. I just loved this story.
The last few Blossom Street series have been hit or miss for me. I really liked her last one in the series, "Starting Now" though there was a big plot that I disliked intensely in that novel. With her latest, "Blossom Street Brides" Ms. Macomber returns to Blossom Street to catch up with fan favori...
A god awful mess of a novel involving a mother, daughter and mother-in-law making a cross country trip. Bethanne, the mother, is agonizing on whether or not to take her ex husband, Grant, back after he savagely dumped her for a younger woman. Aiding the ex is his daughter, Annie, who really wants mu...
I loved the three generations taking a road trip. I found that Anne was a very unlikable character. Totally self centered and selfish. Just the fact that she wanted to rearrange the road trip that her Grandma had been planning for years made her very unlikable. If she had been twelve and not twen...
Love this book and the author!