SILVER LININGS: A ROSE HARBOR NOVEL -- Debbie Macomber's latest is a story of love and forgiveness sure to delight her many longtime fans
Silver Linings: A Rose Harbor Novel by Debbie Macomber (2015, Ballantine Books; 345 pages)
This is the author's latest novel in the "Rose Harbor Inn" series that follows the innkeeper Jo Marie and her guests of the Inn. Jo has grown close to her "local" handyman Mark Taylor and hopes for something more to their relationship than just "friends," but he suddenly lets her know that he is leaving town and she has no idea why. As she finds out the reason for Mark leaving, Jo thinks she is losing the man she cares about again. Fans of the series will know what this means.
As Mark is leaving, Jo welcomes two new guests to the Inn who are high school friends coming home for their 10-year reunion. They have come home looking to find closure from things that happened in high school. Both of them discover that second chances do happen, and people can change for the better. Anyone who has ever gone to their own reunion of any kind will enjoy reading about these two friends.
Fans of Debbie Macomber will not be disappointed in this story, with its hidden twists and turns, which is why I am recommending it to readers. Readers can't help but be transported to their own relationships with good friends who talk, share joys and are there for each other in hard times. Enjoy!
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Recommended by: Angie