Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Window on the Bay by Debbie Macomber

Jenna's children are in college now and the house is too quiet.  What is she going to do with herself now?

Ballantine Books and Edelweiss allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published June 16th.

When Jenna talks to her best friend, Maureen, she suggests they take that trip to Paris they had planned so long ago.  Jenna thinks that's a great idea and they begin planning.

Both women are single.  They are divorced and they are very cautious with men.  They use the same colors as a traffic light to rate them.  Most dates start out yellow and then change to red.  But that's about to change.

Soon, they each have a boyfriend and they are in love.  Jenna, a nurse, meets her mother's doctor and falls in love.  She was never going to date a doctor, but they click.  Maureen talks to a library patron and starts dating him.  He's not her imagined type of date either.

Then misunderstandings arise and the women pull back.  They still feel the burn from previous husbands but they don't have the full story and won't listen.  Will they get back together or are these loves lost?  If you regularly read Ms. Macomber's books, I bet you can guess...

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