I posted this back in August 2018, but since it was recently released- please take a look at the review for True Places by Sonja Yoerg!
“Suzanne’s take, unchanged since her adolescence, was somewhat different. Men were unreliable, self-serving shits. That didn’t mean she hadn’t had lovers, or even a boyfriend or two, starting in her late teens, but her heart wasn’t on the line—it wasn’t anywhere anyone could damage it.”
Genre: contemporary, women’s fiction, drama
Published: 1/1/19 (Lake Union Publishing)
I received an advance copy of the latest book by Sonja Yoerg and promptly dropped everything and read it over two days!
The premise sounded fascinating. Suzanne, an over scheduled mother and wife rescues a young girl who’s been on her own, living in the Blue Ridge mountains, completely isolated and feels compelled to take her into her family.
The repercussions of that decision and the result it has on her marriage and her children is both heartbreaking and eye-opening. Her successful husband Whit, her two children Reid and Brynn all need a wake up call.
This author is cerebral and articulate (had to look up a few words) and fantastic at character development. Each person in this book has a voice and a personality and a complete story. There is also some mystery of course. Where are the…
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