Monday, August 20, 2018

Coming Home to the Comfort Food Café by Debbie Johnson

She thinks moving away from the city may settle down the child she's raising for her dead friend.  She's hanging out with the wrong crowd, coming home drunk, and she wants to get her away from that.  Of course, the child is not impressed but she has no choice.

Harper Impulse and Edelweiss let me read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published October 9th.

They have a nice cottage to stay in and find that the locals adopt you before too much time has passed.  You can share your woes, ask advice, and you are expected to join in their celebrations, too.  It's a nice comforting place to be and she and her daughter are enjoying living there.  And then, out of nowhere, Martha's father shows up.  He's never seen her before so there is a period of adjustment to go through.

The story gets even more interesting from this point on and I liked the ending.  Give it a try, I bet you'll like it.

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