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    Emotional

    "A Girl's Guide to Moving On" by Debbie Macomber. This is a story about a daughter in-law and her mother in-law. This is a different type story than I normally read. You have a unique situation where a daughter in-law files for a divorce because her husband was unfaithful. The mother in-law feels that she has done a disservice to her son by overlooking her husbands unfaithfulness. She files for a divorce too. Nichole's biggest supporter is her mother in-law. The daughter in-law, Nichole, and mother in-law Leanne end up dating very different men from the ones they had been married to. Will they be able to take a chance on love again? There are twists and turns that were unexpected in this story. After reading the story, you see the importance of forgiveness and that people can change. This is very different from the typical romance novels but I really enjoyed it. This novel goes much deeper plus you get two romances in one story. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley/Random House Publishing Group for an honest review.
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    Excellent Story

    Amazing story...I was right into the story right from the beginning. I highly recommend this book...
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    Sometimes You Just Have to Start Over

    This is the second book in the new beginnings series and what a book it is! You have LeAnne, a society woman in her 60's, who has spent her entire marriage looking the other way as she was cheated on by her husband. Then you have Nicole, the daughter-in-law of LeAnne in her 30's, who has just found out that her husband is exactly like his father and not only cheated on her, but got his flavor of the day pregnant. Nicole wastes no time, she files for divorce and heads on to start over with her child. LeAnne, taking strength from Nicole, does the same. The story follows them as they find their place in the world and taking care of themselves as they find their way. The relationships they develop with each other and the people they come in contact with. This was a very well written story of starting over and finding a place in the world after losing the only life you have known. The character development was rich and robust. I listened to this book on CD and must say the readers did an excellent job of bringing the characters to life.
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    A Girl's Guide To Moving On

    Great book with good tips to follow for getting over heartbreak. You'll find the tips useful and practical.
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    A book with something for everyone

    A Girl's Guide to Moving On is a book that touched home. It doesn't matter whether you're divorced or not. This book has something to offer everyone. Just be sure to have the Kleenex on hand. This is the story of a mother-in-law and daughter-in-law who both decided to leave their cheating spouses together. They formed a strong support system for one another including a set of rules they should follow in order to move on with their lives. I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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