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This is a soft book touching on the often painful subject of surviving widowhood. It covered the confusing state of affairs when a life is changed by the death of another,... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Susan Beamon
This was such a good book!! I didn't want it to be the end. Therapeutic, and soulful, great main character!!Published 24 days ago by Cheryl Yarnell
Wonderful read for someone who hardly reads fiction. Enjoyed her writing more than anything else, her ability to bring you right into the conversation, the feelings, emotions. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Reflections
This was a quick read and was relevant to me. If you have recently lost a locked one this story may describe many of the feelings you have experienced.Published 4 months ago by Melissa
Having recently just lost my father I could identify with the main character. On several occasions I was brought to years for her loss. I enjoyPublished 5 months ago by Yvonne Sergent
You keep my spirits lifted and my days brighter.... I think about you often..... when
a spouse dies...... that first year brings lots of changes...... some good some bad. Read more
This novel held my interest throughout to the end.
I would recommend it to women of all ages ,it is sad, happy and funny.
Great insights, interesting real characters. Will read more of her work - as it speaks to me. la la laPublished 7 months ago by olives
Elizabeth Berg does a wonderful job of leading those of us, who have not lost a loving spouse, through the process as experienced by the main character. Ms. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Marsha Taylor