August 9, 2017

A Girl's Guide To Moving On by Debbie Macomber

Published Date : February 23, 2016
Publisher : Ballantine Books
Series : New Beginnings / Book 2
Genre : Fiction / Women's
Rating : 5 Star

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A Girl's Guide To Moving On is the 2nd book in the New Beginnings series. Nichole is a newly single women with a young son after discovering that her soon to be ex-husband was unfaithful but as she falls for a single father, nothing goes as planned. Leanne is Nichole's mother-in-law with her husband being unfaithful for years until both her and Nichole take a stand to move on, they both discover that falling in love again is something different but totally unexpected as well.

With Nichole trying to move on, she meets Rocco who is the complete opposite of her ex and who has a teenage daughter of his own. As her son would rather spend time with Rocco than her ex who then takes action against Nichole which forces Nichole to make a hard decision. After Nichole makes her decision, everything falls apart to only bring the two who are meant to be together in the end.

Leanne's ex-husband has been cheating on her for years so when she finally moves out and gets a divorce, time will bring her ex back into the picture with complications. As Leanne teach's a class for people to learn English as their second language will bring Nikolai into her life and heart. But with her ex in the picture with major health problems and Nikolai jealous of what may be happening, it will all come down to a sad point in Leanne's life that will bring her total happiness again.

I love books like this that go between two or more people that give their point of view of things and I could totally feel for what Nichole and Leanne are going through. I only wished that I read the first book in this series but you can bet that I will be reading that book in the future! I think this book is the reason why I love Debbie Macomber's books and that is that, there isn't that many Authors out there can draw you into a story that leaves you wanting more!

Thank You to Debbie Macomber for reaffirm my love of your books with this story!


I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley!

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