Showing posts from February, 2021

Float Plan by Trish Doller

Anna is devastated when her fiancé dies by suicide. What signs did she miss? Could she have stopped him? What about their life together? They had planned a trip to visit several islands on a sailing boat. When its time for the planned trip, Anna decides to take it. What happens next is a story of healing and finding yourself. The story begins 10 months after Anna's fiance's death and the start of what was supposed to be their sailing trip together. Anna starts out on the trip by herself and quickly learns she cannot sail alone. She is not experienced. At her first stop, she finds a professional sailor, Keane, to help her on her trip. Although Keane is handsome, Anna is mourning her fiance and trying to find her new purpose in life. Keane is also struggling with his life's direction. This book is all about healing and finding yourself again. Despite the heavy sounding plot, it is a easy book to read. The story is told with a humorous side. I would highly recommend this book

What Now? by Shari Low

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for What Now?  by Shari Low. Thank you to the publisher and Rachel's Random Resources for allowing me to read and review this book! The book was published on 28January so its available now wherever you pick up your books! Description This is the sequel to What If?  The story of the the book focuses on Carly, who twenty years ago found her perfect match in What If?  Now the couple have two teenage sons and they are planning to get divorced. Then her husband offers to take the kids to the US for summer vacation, something he never had time for during their marriage. Now Carly finds herself with no responsibilities for a few weeks and her friends insist she go to LA for her own vacation. Carly thinks, What Now? Review First the book cover drew me in. I know you should not judge a book by its cover, but it helps if it looks pretty, right? The book opens with a scene a lot of mothers can relate it. It's Mother's Day, and her sons actually reme

The Family Ship by Sonja Yoerg

This is the beautiful story of a family of 10 who lives on a small island just off the east coast. The oldest son, Jude, left the family under hard circumstances. Now the second oldest, Verity (LOVE the name!) is ready to take the next step in her life and go to college. However with seven brothers and sisters at home Verity is torn because her pregnant mother needs help with the family. The family also has a boat in their yard that is more than just a playhouse for the kids. They have order and roles and go on amazing adventures. The story has a Swiss Family Robinson feel with the boat and the older children taking care of the younger children. I loved the family. When they family has the worst possible thing happen, they have to try to adapt to a new way of life. I really felt Verity’s hard choice to between herself or her family. This is a wonderful book for anyone who loves family stories and healing, both new and old wounds. This is the second book I’ve read by this author. The fi