It's nice to find a book that develops characters in their senior years to be just like their juniors in other books--good people and bad ones, those who are lonely but develop friends or lovers, some with problem relationships with their children, and so forth. In short, Maggie McPhee deserves compliments for writing a book with senior characters who make their way through problems and intimacy. She treats them with dignity implying they matter and their lives have growth ahead
From the Author
Each book follows key characters as they navigate their way through the challenges of the golden years. Some succeed, some fail and some have miracles. One thing is for certain: life isn't boring; it's filled with possibilities.
Maggie McPhee tapped her years of experience as a resident in an Arizona retirement community to create her series, which aims to remind readers that life always gives you second chances. Renaissance is her first novel.