Friday, April 26, 2013

Winds of Change by Mary Metcalfe {book review}



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This was a very touching book that I found to be a delightful read. There are four people who are dealing with loss and major changes in their lives. They are all brought together to form what some would call, a bond like none other. Together they bring friendship, love, joy and the hope for happiness in each of their futures. 

Written in the third person narrative with alternating perspectives, you will be swept up into the lives of four unique characters; Jennifer Barrett, Ben & Mark Powell, and Lana Fitzpatrick. The one major thing they all have in common is their inner struggle with the good and bad days in their lives. They each are dealing with emotional and physical loss, emotional challenges, and changes that come upon each of them to bring that bring them together 

Each character was realistic and easily relatable. You can feel the loss these characters went through as you read about each of their stories. I found it truly remarkable how their lives become so intertwined and this brings them each so much joy. This is the perfect book to read curled up on the couch in front of the fireplace, or laying out on a beach/pool. I enjoyed the wide variety of emotions that this book takes me through. There were sad moments, happy moments, intense and stressful moments, and even some slightly sexy moments. 

Overall I give this book 5/5. I can't resist a book where strong female characters welcome love into their lives. 



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