Tuesday's Socks by Alison Ragsdale

I didn't think I would but I really enjoyed this book. It was exactly the cozy cup of tea type of read that I needed. My worry was that the tale would be ruined by the shift of locale to an Italian vacation but instead it fit right in to this tale of middle age second chances at love and life.

Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk

I really liked this book and it's setting in what is now a suburb of Pittsburgh, PA. An young adult book, told through the eyes of Annabelle, a tale of courage and kindness set in the immediate aftermath of WWII. It was reading time well spent.

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The Wednesday Sisters by Meg Waite Clayton

Five young mothers meet in a neighborhood park in the late 1960's and the story follows them through the years, sickness, health, sorrows, triumphs as their writing group gathers each Wednesday in the park. As a child of the sixties I found myself relating with these women and it was a pleasant reminder of those days.


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