Monday, July 25, 2011

Restless in Carolina by Tamara Leigh

Tamara Leigh books are too far and few between for me. This lady can write a fun book with relatable characters. In Restless in Carolina we meet up with Bridget Pickwick-Buchanan, an environmentally aware widow who is trying to right some decade old family wrongs and make sure that the Pickwick estate is kept in its natural state, no matter who purchases it.

Bridget has been widowed for four years, something that she still struggles with. She doesn't believe in happily-ever-after because it didn't happen for her and she places the blame on God for taking Easton from her far too early.

This book was easy to read and made for a nice escape from my own reality of packing up and moving across town. Curl up on your back porch with a cup of tea and enjoy Tamara's latest glimpse into family drama, North Carolina style.

Tamara Leigh began her writing career in 1994 and is the best-selling author of more than a dozen novels, including Splitting Harriet, Faking Grace and Leaving Carolina. A former speech and language pathologist, Tamara enjoys time with her family, faux painting, and reading. She lives with her husband and sons in Tennessee. Get to know her here.

This book was provided for review by Multnomah, opinions are my own.

Thanks, Tamara, for this CLEAN READ.

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