A Girl’s Guide to Moving On, by the prolific Debbie Macomber is a sweet story of endings and new beginnings.
Nichole and Leanne live across the hall from each other in a downtown Portland apartment building.
They used to be mother- and daughter-in-law.
Leanne’s husband cheated on her for years and she turned a blind eye. When her son cheated on Nichole and she left him, Leanne found the courage to leave also.
When the story opens, it’s been about two years since the women have been on their own. They formed their own support group and gave themselves guidelines for learning how to move on while being mutually supportive.
Neither expected to fall in love again. And they definitely didn’t expect Rocco or Nikolai, two men completely unlike their ex-husbands. But the road to new love isn’t smooth. Language barriers, cultural expectations, and health issues are just a few of their obstacles.
A Girl’s Guide to Moving On is a light and satisfying read. Debbie Macomber fans will not be disappointed.
I received a free e-copy of this book via NetGalley in return for an honest review.