All in Good Time (The Time Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
"Rebound" by Kwame Alexander
Don't miss best-selling author Kwame Alexander's "Rebound," a new companion novel to his Newbery Award-winner, "The Crossover,"" illustrated with striking graphic novel panels. Pre-order today
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Brandmeyer took a story of an older lady and showed us her life through the years in the few pages, yet was able to bring it full circle. Loved reading the memories and the regrets. Loved seeing her interaction with her granddaughter. One of my favorite quotes is when Sandra is speaking to her granddaughter and says, "Lucy, don't throw love away because you can't see past tomorrow. All in good time, things will work out." The author showed how hurtful decisions affect lives for so many years, even after forgiveness is given, yet when faced with those past loves, and fears...that is when life is lived...without regret!
I was given this book by the author. All thoughts and comments are my own.
While Sandra is still grieving the loss of her husband, Chuck, who reportedly died in Vietnam, she is also holding onto a lifetime of hurt and regret from a high school breakup. Distracted at dinner with her granddaughter, Lucy, who wants to move in with her, Sandra is shocked when she looks up and sees her old high school sweetheart, Kevin, the man who broke her heart. Now things begin to get tangled.
After losing his wife a year before, Kevin has moved back to his old hometown. He also does his best to woo Sandra and make up for things that happened years ago. Sandra doesn't seem to want to forgive him. She also doesn't want Kevin to know that he still makes her heart race. They may be sixty-five but, does her heart have to race like a teenager when he's around? Will she be able to get over the past? Will she ever be able to move on from the loss of her husband? So many things that Sandra needs to work through. With the unsuspecting help of her grandchildren, a long lost note from her mother, a surprise find, and taking her own advice in that everything will work out "all in good time," will she be able to?
Definitely a story worth reading.