I really wanted to love this novel, but I struggled with connecting with the characters. I didn't identify with any of them, so I felt a bit disengaged. However, the storyline was propelling enough for me to keep reading. While I may not have cared for the characters, I enjoyed the overall setting.
Fall has arrived for the Whitman family! Grant and Audrey have used their retirement money to open their bed and breakfast. As they settle into their new business role, their youngest daughter, Landyn, comes home with a trailor full of furniture....and no husband in sight. Grant is fit to be tied when he learns of his son-in-laws foolish decisions, and Audrey tries to keep the peace. A lot of drama transpires, and the whole family gets invovled. You'll read as their marriage takes a dive from bad to worse, and how they fight to stay together.
It's a slow paced novel with bits of humor woven throughout. I give it three stars. Many thanks to LitFuse for my free copy in exchange for an honest review.
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