A Girl’s Guide To Moving On by Debbie Macomber

A Girl’s Guide to Moving On

Debbie Macomber
A GIRL’S GUIDE TO MOVING ON is the second book in the New Beginnings series by Debbie Macomber. I loved the first book, Last One Home, but this one blew me away. This series has so much more drama than what I have been used to with Debbie’s stories and I loved it. Cheating husbands and the women who leave them and the way Debbie did it was the best and ultimate revenge!

 
Leanne has been married to Sean for thirty five years and has always turned a blind eye to his cheating ways. When her daughter in law, Nichole, finds out that her husband is cheating she leaves almost instantly. Leanne draws strength off of Nichole and leaves her dog of a husband too. They come up with a list of rules that will help them move on from their old lives and find happiness once again. Nichole and Leanne have always been close but now their bond is now stronger and unbreakable.

 
Debbie Macomber goes straight after your heart with A GIRL’S GUIDE TO MOVING ON and never lets it go. I was laughing and crying and sometimes on the very same page. The new men in Nichole and Leanne’s lives are so perfect for them, but they need to learn that on their own. They need to learn that they are worthy of being happy again and to be treated the way they deserve, not the way their husbands treated them.

 
I am really enjoying this new style of writing for Debbie Macomber and I hope she continues with it. I felt as if I could really relate to both of these strong women and having been through a few divorces of my own, Debbie nailed the emotions spot on. There were times where I was flipping out with Nichole and Leanne for allowing their exes to still control them after they got divorced, but I loved this story and tried to keep an open mind. It was great catching up with Karen and Cassie, Nichole’s sisters, as well. A GIRL’S GUIDE TO MOVING ON is a beautiful story of forgiveness, second chances, and new beginnings and I will be recommending it to everyone I know who reads. I’m hoping and praying that this series will be continuing.

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