Review: “Window On The Bay”

Jenna and Maureen have been the best of friends for years. After watching Casablanca, the two girls discover a love for France and make plans to go after college. However, their plans must be put on hold. Jenna, a nurse in an ICU, becomes an empty nester when her daughter goes to college. She has been divorced for nearly twenty years and is excited to see what the next part of her life entails. That is, until her mother falls and breaks her hip. The orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Rowan, captures her eyes. The problem is that he is a surgeon (as was the ex), and he works in the same hospital.

Maureen, a librarian, leads a very simple life. Also divorced, she hasn’t been interested in the dating scene until Logan, a plumber working on a local construction job, begins to visit her at the library. Maureen finds herself a “green-light”, but are their differences too much?

This story was a great read. I have always loved reading books by Debbie Macomber, and this one was no different. It was engaging and provided enough conflict to keep the pages turning. I would give this book five stars.

I received a free electronic copy of this book from NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.

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