Larkspur Cove | Review
An awesome book from Lisa Wingate! A story of a mom finding herself in the middle of having to start over. Her husband has left her for another woman and now she has come 'home' to live in her parents lake house to start over. She and her teenage son. Life is not easy, when you don't know what your facing. A new career that she is so unsure of herself in, parenting an angry teenage son because his life has changed so drastically, dealing with a dead beat ex-husband who won't return her son's calls, and new friends. Andrea Henderson is not sure where life is taking her, but she knows anything has to be better than the last year has been for her.
Mart McClendon is back on Moses Lake, doing the things he loves as a game warden. Most of the old timers do not recognize him as the kid who lived there with his family when he was a young teenager and that is fine with him, it means not having to answer questions about his family. His brothers who have passed away especially.
This story had me hooked from page one and I was sad to see it end, a great story! I enjoyed the story and was thrilled to get to read and review the book. (Thank you Jim @ Bethany House) 355 pages US $14.99 4 stars.
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