I’m super excited that today I get to share with you my review of Patti Callahan Henry’s latest novel, The Bookshop at Water’s End, as well as the Books of Her Life. Patti is a New York Times Bestselling Author! As most of my readers and all of my friends know, I adore Patti and have read (and loved) all of her books. It’s only fair that I also disclose that we’re friends. We met (ahem) years ago in a local writers group, when I had just two babies and she had three young children. I now have three teens, and a pre-teen and she has two in college and one gorgeous daughter who has flown the coop – all the way. As in graduated, living on her own and running her own business, and engaged.
My goodness, time flies.
So even though I’m extremely biased, I promise this is an incredible read, and one of my favorite PCH books. Continue reading Books of My Life: Patti Callahan Henry
One late night, a policeman shows up at Eve Morrison’s door to deliver some terrible news. Eve’s husband Copper and her sister Willa were involved in a car accident that lands them both in the hospital. Eve goes to wake her daughter, Gwen, only to discover she’s snuck out – again. All is not well in Eve’s magazine-picture perfect life.
Understandably, Eve is very upset and confused about the accident. She has many questions and Cooper’s answers don’t satisfy her. Unfortunately, Willa has sustained a brain injury that has all but erased her memories of the accident. Just when Eve decides to accept that events happened as Cooper claims, she begins receiving mysterious mail. Then a newspaper reporter starts calling, a dead body is found near the scene of the accident and Willa reveals that she’s having weird dreams.
The accident and its ramifications are not…continue reading at Chick Lit Central.