Three women meet at their 15-year class reunion...and discover that their lives have taken unexpected directions.
Back in their college days, Gretchen Wise had been engaged to a top law student. Carol Furness, head cheerleader, had said yes to the school’s football hero. And Maddie Cobain was the girl who’d fallen for a professor.
Now the three of them gather around a popular fountain on the college grounds. This fountain was where lovers met, where promises were made...and broken. So it’s fitting that Gretchen, Carol and Maddie sit here to share their stories of betrayal and, yes, revenge. Stories of finding new love... Sometimes the things you don’t plan are the best!
©2012 Debbie Macomber (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Macomber has a gift for evoking the emotions that are at the heart of the genre’s popularity, and her breezy style keeps the pages turning.” (Publishers Weekly)
“Exudes Macomber’s classic warmth and gentle humor.” (Library Journal)
The story was a bit different than the usual story line and the story kept me listening!!
I liked the three stories all connected and it kept me guessing. I really didn't know how it was all going to work out.
I love Debbie but from the get go I couldn't get into this. The narrator is robotic and no differentiation between character voices. I listened for 2 hours and can barely tell you a thing. :o/
I really enjoyed this story-it was pretty fresh-not just re-hashing old storylines. I wasn't thrilled with the narrator - she pauses at odd times. I'd suggest you listen to the sample before purchase- she's NOT terrible- just different- I still really enjoyed the book.
Mother of 3, grandmother of 6, retired nurse and substance abuse counselor. Thrilled to have the time to read or listen to books again.
i like this author a lot and usually enjoy her books as well as recommend them to friends but not this time. The book was slow, silly, and at times really stupid. don't bother or waste your time, money or credit. any one of her other books are way better.
the narrator sounded like this was her first job as a narrator or that she was reading to eight year old children. all in all very disappointing.
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