Top critical review
It’s an okay book
Reviewed in the United States on January 11, 2021
Georgia Palmer woke up one morning in the lovely home/inn that she owned with her husband and he was gone. He just left a note on her pillow saying that he needed some changes and he was leaving, with all their money. She was dumbfounded because it was something she never saw coming. Could she handle being left with the whole place to run?
Tasha thought she was making it in California in the celebrity scene being an assistant to a big actress and having a boyfriend. But it wasn’t going that way at all and suddenly it came to a screeching halt when she truly found out why her boyfriend was involved with her. Would going home actually help her remember why she tried to make it big?
Melanie’s husband had left her years ago but she never truly go over him. All because she didn’t want to leave the area at all. She was scared to start dating again and just focused on running her veterinarian clinic. That was until a late night knock on her door that made her realize maybe she did need to open her mind and her heart again.
Drew was trying to make it big in baseball, he thought he was heading in the right direction, especially after he hit a home run in his last game. But when he got called into the manager’s office he didn’t expect at a young age to be looking for a new career because baseball wasn’t going anywhere anymore. He headed for home, hoping to find some answers.
In all honesty the book was disappointing that is why I am giving it 1 1/2 stars and glad I didn’t pay full price for it. This is the reason, it is a great plot line but it fizzled in the way it was written. When you read the plot line you would think it would be about the struggles of Georgia trying to overcome being left by her husband suddenly and still running the Inn they own which isn’t an easy process when you have been married for that long. You would think when her children are all home suddenly she would offer advice and help them overcome things. But none of that happened at all. The few scenes with Georgia were her being upset and crying over memories or fawning over Joel the guy that was staying there who offered to help out on a few things. You never were told how she handled the business, especially since her husband left her high and dry as he took all the money money or a maid (who he apparently ran off with) or if they got a divorce or anything else. I mean you can’t be married for that long with a business and adult kids then in less than 2 months be with someone else, then throw in that magically all your kids are fine and dandy after being fired/dumped and unemployed or facing someone from the past.